Seniors 60+: $5
Youth 7–17 and Post Secondary: $3
Children and infants to 6: FREE
Family 2 adults and children (same household, aged 0-17): $15
Group 10+ per person: $5
10–5 pm Mon–Sat
10–9 pm Thursdays
1–5 pm Sundays & Holidays
closed Christmas & Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Sunday
Administration & Research Hours
Open Mon–Fri 8–4 pm
Closed weekends & statutory holidays
Collections research by appointment
What’s going on
Martin Thomsen, Manager for Community Social Development for the City of Lethbridge, will provide an overview of the work the City is doing and will provide an inside glimpse into the strategic priorities relating to housing.
Find out about the history of the Lethbridge Herald and create a piece of art using recycled newspapers.
Join Lyndon Penner for a fascinating exploration of our most enduring garden flowers. Come and hear their stories!
Eric Dyck has been drawing cartoons and comics in Lethbridge for five years. He will talk about how the comic strips started and the role the comic strips play in making connections in his community.
Craft a unique bracelet or pair of earrings and learn about the history of beading.
Join military historian Dr. Stéphane Guevremont to learn about Canada's role during the Cold War.
Create special cards you can give to your friends or loved ones and learn the history behind Valentine's Day.
Create a unique sign to hang in your house and see our special exhibit Recollecting Home.
Sandra Semchuk describes how acts of legislated racism have shaped lives and society.