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Welcome to the Fort Saskatchewan Public Library! Read up on our Library News!

 Parenting in the Digital Age: Digital media is part of everyday life for kids these days. They use it at home and school, with many children preferring to spend their free time ‘plugged in’. But how much is too much when it comes to kids and technology.

Learn more about the positive and negative impacts digital media can have on childhood development and practical solutions for managing how your kids use technology from Dr. Jason Daniels of the University of Alberta. 

Thursday, September 28th at 7pm. FREE and drop in. Light refreshments available. 




Check out our new Grab and Go service! Perfect for busy families who want great picture book stories. Each bag contains items recommended by library staff. 





Family Storytimes have come to the library!

Mondays at 1:30pm, Fridays at 10am, and Saturdays at 11am.

Drop in for stories, laughs, and rhymes.

Find more information on our event calendar:





Calling All Makers!

 Do you have a passion and talent for do-it-yourself projects such as scrapbooking, repurposing, painting, repairing or upcycling?  The Fort Saskatchewan Public Library is looking for creative individuals to host its monthly DIY Night.

“We know that there are many talented and resourceful people in our community.  We simply want to harness and showcase these talents,” comments Library Director Michele Feser.

The DIY Nights occur every third Monday of the month from 7-8:30 pm.

“It’s a great opportunity for individuals to share and learn from each other.  In essence, this is the maker concept that we hope to cultivate in our city,” adds Feser.

Anyone interested can call Samantha at 780-912-2159 or submit a project proposal including their full name, contact information, photo and description of their project to .  A small honorarium will be provided to the selected hosts.