The Saskatchewan Regional Park Pass lending program is once again returning to the Moose Jaw Public Library. 

The park passes will be available from May 17 through to Sept. 15 and are free to borrow with a valid Saskatchewan library card. 

“Patrons can come in and borrow a park pass that will get them into any regional park in Saskatchewan. The borrow period is for a week with no renewals. So, it’s a great opportunity to get out and explore the province a little bit,” said Moose Jaw Public Library Public Service/Social Media Clerk Naiomi Setter. 

You can find more information about the Saskatchewan Regional Park Pass lending program on the Saskatchewan Regional Park website

The library will also be hosting three zine making programs through May for different age groups. 

The Teen Makers for ages 12 to 19 will be making zines on today at 6:30 p.m. Maker Night for adults for anyone over the age of 13 takes place at 6:30 p.m. on May 13. 

Zines for Kids: My Favourite Things for ages four to 12 takes place on May 18 at 10:30 a.m. Due to limited space, registration is required for the kids' program. 

The Moose Jaw Public Library has you covered if you are a fan of musicals. You can access a variety of musicals with your library card by signing up for the Kanopy app. 

“Every month, Kanopy does a launch of theme-type movies and TV shows, and in May they are doing the theme of musicals. It’s called Musicals in May, so they put together a collection of shows that you can stream with your library card that are all musicals,” said Setter. 

The library will continue with its regular programming in May. The biweekly L’huere du conte/French storytime has been adjusted for the May long week. It will take place on May 6 and 13. 

The Monday Movie Club is also moving one of its dates to Tuesday, May 21 because of the long week. 

You can learn more about programming taking place in May by visiting the Moose Jaw Public Library’s website