Library Programs You May Be Interested In

Stranger Than Fiction- Online True Crime Book Club

This is our online true crime book club. If you love reading True Crime and are interested in participating in an online discussion group, then this is the perfect group for you! Join the Stranger Than Fiction Facebook Page to discuss our book choice  every month. We do not host in-person meetings, we do all of our discussions exclusively on our Facebook page.

Novel Book Club

Join Janet in front of the Fireplace to discuss the selected book, on the first Thursday of the month. Everyone is welcome to join the discussion. For a copy of the current selection, just ask at the front desk. Book suggestions for the club are always encouraged!

Knit and Crochet Club

Bring your hooks, needles and yarn to the Library every Tuesday evening. All skill levels welcome

Our e-Resources For You


Access popular magazine titles without loan periods or wait lists! New issues are available on Flipster the same day as print copies hit newsstands. Back issues are available.

RB Digital

Provides access to 3700+ digital magazines, and 6000+ eAudiobooks. Magazine issues are available the same day as print copies hit newsstands. Back issues are available.


Online newsstand providing access to electronic copies of more than 7,000 newspapers and magazines from 120+ countries in 60+ languages.

Frontier Life

This digital collection of primary source documents helps us to understand existence on the edges of the anglophone world from 1650-1920. Discover the various European and colonial frontier regions of North America, Africa and Australasia through documents that reveal the lives of settlers and indigenous peoples in these areas

Chestermere Resources

Chestermere Seniors Programs

View the seniors programs around Chestermere


Their mission is to provide a venue and opportunities for Chestermere and area seniors; to gather congenially to keep in touch with each other and the community through social events, activities, informative presentations and entertainment; To receive information and have opportunity to input regarding services which contribute to their quality of life; and To foster fellowship and friendship which impart the comfort and security of living among helpful, caring friends

Historical Society

Chestermere Historical Foundation meets regularly to fulfill the  objectives of this Alberta registered society, providing programming, exhibits and advocacy for the importance of local history.

Seniors Week

Seniors' Week is to acknowledge seniors' contributions which benefit residents of all ages in our communities. In Chestermere, seniors are at the heart of our community and make up a large portion of volunteers who work in charitable organisations and community programs improving the quality of life for many people.

Other Resources

Senior Support Alberta Government

Financial assistance and other supports for seniors, caregivers and service providers.

Seniors guide to computers

The Senior's Guide to Computers is a step-by-step, plain English tutorial for the Windows PC.

Suddenly Senior

This top-ranked site now has over 4,000 pages of humor, nostalgia, senior advocacy and useful information for seniors 50+. Updates weekly!

The daily e-zine for everyone over 50 who feels way too young to be old.