Music fans look for vinyl finds during the Dead Vinyl Society’s Super Mega Records Garage Sale 6 that runs from April 19 – 20 at Kenilworth Community League in Edmonton on Friday, April 19, 2019.
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Charlotte AndersonGPPLVinyl records have been making a come-back recently, and we’ve embraced the trend wholeheartedly. Enjoy listening to music the way many audiophiles argue it is meant to be heard – in vinyl format. We have newer artists like Billie Eilish or older artists like Queen and the Beatles.Are you looking to play some video games this summer? We have a collection of over 100 video games, both for newer consoles and older ones. Stop by to borrow titles such as Kingdom Hearts III, Days Gone, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and more. Don’t see it on our shelf? Place a hold on one from home using our website and your library card.GPPL also has a robust DVD and Blu-Ray collection for all your viewing needs. We have TV Series like Game of Thrones, Killing Eve, Outlander, the Handmaid’s Tale. We also have popular movie titles like the John Wick series, How to Train Your Dragon, the Marvel movies, and more.Stop by our website www.gppl.ca and use the search bar to look for titles. Our online catalogue will pop up, where you can place a request, find more titles, check the status on your requests, or renew items you have out. Make sure to also stop by GPPL to see what’s on our Most Wanted shelf – limited copies of our most popular titles which have been taken out of the hold system, so if they’re in, you can grab one without a wait.Upcoming Programs:Pride Month MoviesGrab your Pride colours & stop by GPPL for a double-showing of recently released LGBTQ+ movies. Both of the movies are family friendly. Bringing your own lunch or snacks is encouraged as we’ll have the room set up in dinner and a movie style.Bohemian Rhapsody: Date: Saturday, June 22Time: 10:30 am to 1:00 pmLocation: Rotary Community RoomLove, Simon: Date: Saturday, June 22Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pmLocation: Rotary Community RoomDeath CaféIf death is inevitable, why is discussing it socially taboo? Let’s make time to talk about it! Join us to eat cake, drink tea, and discuss death. Through open conversation we aim to increase awareness of death and help people make the most of their lives. Our discussion will have no agenda, objectives, or themes. Please note this is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session. For more information call Jill at 780-357-7473.Date: Monday, June 17Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pmLocation: Rotary Training RoomSeniors’ Week: Nostalgia CaféKick off Seniors’ Week with a FREE seniors’ tea at GPPL! There will be activities to bring back memories and stimulate conversation. We are also featuring photographs from the South Peace Regional Archives. Come take a walk down memory lane! To register call 780-357-7455.Date: Wednesday, June 5Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pmLocation: Willie Janssen Discovery Room