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Festival showcases literary arts

Photo by Dale Woodard
Elisabeth Hegerat, associate director, service development at the Lethbridge Public Library, is preparing for this year’s edition of The Word on the Street Festival, taking place Saturday at the downtown library grounds.

The Word is once again on the street in Lethbridge. For the sixth year, the Lethbridge Public Library is hosting The Word On The Street Festival Sept. 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lethbridge Public Library. Since its formation six years ago, the one-day event has been a celebration of literacy, storytelling and literary arts featuring established and emerging authors, panel discussions,… Read More »

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Photo by Dale Woodard
Elisabeth Hegerat, associate director, service development at the Lethbridge Public Library, is preparing for this year’s edition of The Word on the Street Festival, taking place Saturday at the downtown library grounds.

Festival showcases literary arts

The Word is once again on the street in Lethbridge. For the sixth year, the Lethbridge Public Library is hosting The Word On The Street… Read More »

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