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Global Neighbour: Celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival


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Regina Public Library, Regent Place Branch

331 Albert Street

Regina, SK



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Join us to celebrate Chinese’s Mid-Autumn Festival. Make your own traditional Chinese lantern and learn more about the meaning, legends and cultural practices of this celebration.

Families are welcome to join. Children must be accompanied by their parents and caregivers. Please only register the number of lanterns to be made in each family. For example, a family of four, if you only plan to make one lantern, please register for one spot.

This is an in-person program. Please, do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Registration: Opens on August 26th 2023 at 12:00 PM.

Presenter Information: Jessica Lee moved to Regina in 2009. She spent her time in using her personal and career experience to share her cultural experiences. She received her education at City University of Hong Kong and Chinese University of Hong Kong. She worked in different industries after her graduation, in which she found her passion in teaching. She has over 5 years experience in teaching Japanese Miniature Clay. She is currently working in the public services sector in Regina, where she lives with her husband and three lovely children.

She believes in bringing people's abilities and strengths in the right area, it can strengthen our society and have a positive effect on the world, together we can build a better future. She is excited to share Chinese culture and her life experiences to everyone.


Regina Public Library

Regina Public Library is an urban library system committed to providing community services, spaces, and technologies to inspire discovery, learning, and connection. We are an essential gateway for all people to advance themselves through literacy, lifelong learning, social engagement, and cultural enrichment.

We build relationships with other like-minded organizations and work with them to positively impact the community. Through provision of our numerous resources, we promote social vitality and economic prosperity for the people of Regina. We support, defend, and promote the universal principles of intellectual freedom and privacy.

With eight branch locations throughout the city and a Central Library downtown, we offer positive, dynamic, and inclusive spaces where people can discover, learn, and connect.

In addition to a collection of books, films, and music in traditional and digital media, our customers have access to hundreds of programs, art exhibitions, film screenings and cultural events each year.

Library resources are available to all residents of Regina, including materials from over 300 public library branches in the province, through the Saskatchewan Information and Library Services (SILS) Consortium.

Thousands of Reginans visit public library branches each year and many more access our online offerings. The people of Regina understand the value of the public library and its commitment to a democratic and universal space that welcomes diversity and encourages sharing of knowledge and information.