The Barnwell Library provides residents with access to books, audio books, DVD’s and other materials from over 30 libraries within the Chinook Arch Regional Library system.
500 2nd St. West
Hours of Operation
Tuesday: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Thursday: 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
- Library Manager: Kim Shimbashi
- Library Assistants: Karen McNeil
- Student Interns: Amy Stange, Paige Leffingwell
- Jane Porter, Chair
- Marg McCulloch, Treasurer
- Julie Wood, Secretary
- Audrey Krizsan
- John Neufeld
- Jane Johnson
- Gwen Chipman
- Susan Torrie
New from Ancestry.ca…
Canadian Occupations….You’re the first to offer a toast at a family wedding, and the last one standing on karaoke night. The stage has always been your second home, but have you ever wondered where your showmanship came from? Discovering an ancestor’s occupation could give you insight into their life — as well as your own. Many collections on Ancestry.ca could contain information about how an ancestor spent their days. Explore Census collections, Passenger Lists, Voters Lists and Church & Vital Records to discover valuable information about an ancestor’s career, your family’s story and yourself. Available in the Library.
CNIB Library Partners Program
Audio books and a player are available for anyone who has trouble reading print for any reason! Even if it just hurts to hold a book! All books are one CD each regardless of length. Many popular magazines are also available. Do you know anyone who would benefit from this service?
Videoconferencing is available in the Library. Go to risenetwork.ca for upcoming presentations.
- Free WiFi
- Video Conferencing
- Public computers
- Subscription to ancestry.com-free to our patrons
- New library cards with key tabs
Access to books, audio books, DVD’s and other materials from over 30 libraries within the Chinook Arch Regional Library system including Taber Public Library, Coaldale Public Library, Lethbridge Public Library, etc.
Moms and Tots
Bring your toddlers and preschoolers to the library on Thursdays @ 10:30 for stories, songs and crafts! Tons of Fun!
Did you know?
You can now borrow UWALK Pedometer Kits from your library!
Being active regularly can sometimes be a challenge. Developed by the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation and funded by the Government of Alberta, UWALK aims to help Albertans find their stride.
UWALK allows you to track your activity online or by downloading a personal activity log.