Manitoba public libraries support early childhood literacy through pre-school story time programs. From songs and rhymes to stories and puppet shows, pre-school story time programs help to ensure your child begins on a path of lifelong literacy. Check with your local public library!
Libraries offer so much more than a quiet space for teens to study. Programs like the Winnipeg Public Library Youth Advisory Council give teens to express themselves and make real change in the library environment while simultaneously learning about contributing to their community.
Just because you are all grown up doesn't mean you have to stop learning. Libraries offer a variety of opportunities to learn about a myriad of topics, such as the Genealogy Day that was recently offered at Westman Regional Library
From spring break to summer vacation, libraries are a great place for kids to keep on top of reading when they aren't at school. Durning the summer many Manitoba public libraries offer programs such as the TD Summer Reading Club to keep kids engaged.
Whether you go to College, University, or a Trade school, Academic Libraries offer their students the resources, help, and study space to thrive in an academic environment.