Each year during the month of February, Prince Albert Public Library, along with other libraries, schools, and communities across the province celebrate Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month. Everyone is welcome to drop in and enjoy wonderful storytelling, music, or puppetry presented by a talented guest storyteller. The sharing of Indigenous, Métis, and Inuit stories promotes cross-cultural learning as we learn about these traditions, history, culture and language. If you are a teacher or school administrator and would like to register your class or school to attend one of the presentations, please Contact Us for more information.
Teen & Tween Programs
Aboriginal Storytelling Month Event
Are you between the ages of 9 and 15 and love everything about Anime? Then this club is for you! Bring a friend and drop in for our monthly meetings. Have fun chatting with other Anime fans, enjoy drawing and crafts, and watch awesome movies on the big screen for special sessions!
Do you love going to the movies but don't like the high movie theatre prices? How about a free movie night or matinee? Prince Albert Public Library features new releases as well as older favourites in our Mahon Auditorium! Find out the movie details on our Events Calendar. Be sure to check the NFB ratings before you come.
Tween and Teen Crafts
If you need a break from school and you’re feeling creative then join us for a fun and relaxing monthly crafting session, with a new craft to work on each month! We supply all the materials that you need and it’s free of charge so bring a friend. Just don’t forget to register ahead of time! Tween crafts are recommended for ages 9 to 15. Teen crafts are recommended for ages 13 to 18. Check out the Events Calendar to find out more!
Tween and Teen Writers Group
Do you like to write? Have you got a story to tell? Drop in once a month for a fun writing experience, and maybe pick up a new tip or two! Suitable for ages 12 to 18. No registration required.