Calgary Public Library’s Early Learning Centres – Library Kids Play Areas

Over the last few years, Calgary’s libraries have becoming more kid friendly with spaces for learning and play. These spaces are located in many of Calgary’s libraries and are aimed at kids under 6. Libraries without  early learning centres still have small spaces with toys and activities for young kids.

Each Early Learning Centre has a unique theme:

Rainbow Jungle at Village Square Library

There is also a great play space outside on the opposite side of the building

Bird’s Eye View at Crowfoot Library

Explore Energy at Forest Lawn Library

 Forest Lawn Library Nature Playground

Up, Up, and Away at Saddletowne Library

Build and create at Signal Hill Library

Full body play at The New Central Library

Discover Dinosaurs at Country Hills Library

Forest theme at Nose Hill Library

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1 thought on “Calgary Public Library’s Early Learning Centres – Library Kids Play Areas”

  1. The libraries are the best places to play. Great toys and books, and lots to discover. Great staff as well. The only thing I am disappointed about is the play area at the new central library (and the transportation issues getting there). The climbing/netted area for the kids is really horribly constructed. The stairs you take to get up there are really narrow and slippery, and getting up there, two kids can barely pass each other to go up/down. Furthermore, the netting is made of rope that is really painful to even sit on, let alone walk on. I hope they realize that this could have been so much better and improve it soon. The climber at Telus Spark is 100 times better designed.


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