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The RISE Network works with public libraries to provide Albertans with opportunities to communicate with health care professionals, participate in distance education, attend meetings, learn new skills and more – all by videoconference from their local library. 

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RISE Is a great example of community development and efforts to build a resilient, trusted and accessible network of learning opportunity for rural Alberta. Bow Valley College would be pleased to continue utilizing the RISE Network to support and align with needs of rural learners, increase access to post-secondary opportunities and strengthen cross-generational learning through technology

— Teri McKinnon Bow Valley College

Slime Time!

Saturday, November 8, 2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm

Join the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum to explore their smoky cauldron and mysterious concoctions and make two types of slime! Gooey concoctions are perfect for those wanting to re-live Halloween!

Participating libraries will be shipped all of the necessary supplies to allow their patrons to make slime, live, with the Ann Arbor Museum. Appropriate for K-8 or public library patrons (younger children may need assistance measuring their ingredients).

Prepare for an ooey-gooey time!

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Add to waitlist


Could you please add Irricana to the wait list as well. We are very interested in this session.


Add us to Wait List Too Please!

Hi Jenn,
Can you add Okotoks Public Library to the waitlist for this as well.
We'd be interested in it if it does run again.

Lara Grunow Program Coordinator Okotoks Public Library

Session Full

Hi there,

Unfortunately the session is full. As it is a highly interactive presentation, the presenter asked for the session to be limited to four sites. I will add your name to the waiting list, should another participant cancel their registration.


SLime Time

Would like to sign up for Nov. 8th session.

Repeat Program?

If it's at all possible, this program sounds interesting and I'm wondering if Ann Arbor Museum would be interested in hosting another session? Thanks! SF