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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Living Library Storyteller - Eric Rajah


Kids Library Storytelling Youth & teens
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Mary C Moore Public Library

4200 58 St, Lacombe

Lacombe, AB



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Check out a person the same way you would a book. Talk one-on-one with these storytellers. In 1990, two friends in Alberta wanted to make this world a better place. With only $5000, Eric Rajah and Brian Leavitt created A Better World. The goal is to work with communities to provide sustainable solutions which will alleviate poverty. Today A Better World has worked in over fifteen countries with the support of over 3000 individual and 400 corporate donors. Hundreds of volunteers have traveled to project sites and over a million people have received help towards a better life.

Thank you for your interest in creating a better world.

Sincerely, Eric and Brian

email [email protected] or call 403-782-3433 to book

Participates will be asked to maintain recommended social distancing and discussion spaces will be sanitized after each session.


Lacombe Regional Tourism

The Lacombe Culture and Harvest Festival is an annual festival that celebrates agricultural heritage and showcases the arts & culture of our lively, vibrant and diverse community. The festival runs in conjunction with National Culture Days and Alberta Culture Days, September 25-27, 2020, and features 30+ activities and events. This year we are excited to offer a series of online Craft and Cultural Cooking Tutorials as part of the festival. Follow our Facebook profile to access these videos on their premier dates (and after if you miss the premier or want to watch again!)

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Lacombe Memorial Centre

Lacombe Regional Tourism Lacombe, AB

The Lacombe Memorial Centre is a beautiful indoor facility and the home of Lacombe's first Living Library. The facility houses the Mary C Moore Library, and the Anna Maria Cafe. It has ample space to allow for social distancing and has publ...