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Bob Clark Public Library

The Bob Clark Public Library is located at 1402 Scarlett Ranch Boulevard, adjoining the Carstairs Elementary School. We are a place for everyone to connect and inspire through ideas, programs, resources and technology. We have a wide range of materials including books, DVD's, audiobooks and digital resources available. We also offer a variety of free programs for all ages to engage the mind, strengthen the community and enhance quality of life. We have the technology you need from free high speed internet and WIFI access to computers to work at, faxing, scanning and printing services along with technology to facilitate digital creation and learning.

Visit us online at Carstairs Public Library to register for a card, discover our resources or see a full list of events at the library.

Need more information? You can contact the library by phone at 403.337.3943 or by email carstairs@prl.ab.ca to register.

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Community Engagement Site

This is a gathering space within the library that is used to host library programs and is bookable by community groups for meetings and to run workshops. Outfitted with projector, screens and presentation technology the room can be configured for different types of meetings, workshops and events. Contact the library for more information and to book the site.

Through a partnership with Campus Alberta Central (Olds College and Red Deer College) our Engagement Site is also available to learners. Students can use our High Speed internet connection to participate in courses and we also provide free exam proctoring allowing online learners to stay right in their community while studying. 


The Friends of the Carstairs Public Library Society

Contact: Gail Schwartz
Email: friendscartairslibrary@gmail.com

The "Friends" is a group of dedicated volunteers who raise funds in support of the Carstairs Public Library.  Our goal is to ensure the library not only has enough funding to keep the shelves stocked with new books and resources, but to support extra programs and events for everyone to enjoy.