Lethbridge, Alberta

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Main Library: 5th Ave. S. and 8th St. S. | 11am - 5pm

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Exhibitor Marketplace

The Word On The Street's Exhibitor Marketplace is one of the best of its kind in southern Alberta. It offers festival-goers a window into the Canadian literary scene, the chance to purchase books, merchandise and learn from over 50 local vendors - it's Lethbridge's biggest outdoor bookstore! Find your next literary treasure this fall. Please see below for a list of some of the amazing exhibitors that will be joining us at the 2019 Festival!    

University of Lethbridge’s Centre for Oral History and Tradition

Literacy and Arts Organizations

          The Centre for Oral History & Tradition (COHT) seeks to further excellence in the practice of oral history in our academic milieu and in the southern Alberta community at large. COHT will aid researchers when they synthesize, catalyze and develop their research into new ideas; identify, establish and assist oral history projects undertaken in southern Alberta in general; and provide a portal or link to the outer research world.   The University of Lethbridge Centre for Oral History and Tradition (COHT) will offer WOTS children and youth attendees an opportunity to briefly interview a mother, father or legal guardian and have their interview e-mailed to them in an audio file. The Centre is committed to encouraging communities to conduct oral histories of Southern Alberta. The Centre is sponsored by generous gifts by anonymous donors. We invite all Southern ALbertans to attend our Fall and Spring speakers series which are open and free to all. Please see our website for more detailed information:   http://www.uleth.ca/research/centres-institutes/centre-oral-history-and-tradition

YWCA Lethbridge & District

Non-profit

 

Our Mission

YWCA Lethbridge and District is an organization committed to women and the enhancement of their lives by providing programs and services which empower them, support equality and promote wellness in mind, body, and spirit.

Our Vision

To be a community leader committed to collaborative partnerships in provision of accessible prevention, intervention and support programs and services for the enhancement of women's lives.

Our Values

Our Values are the fundamental principles and beliefs that provide the foundation for the organization. They provide guidance on how to make decisions, how to view customers and how to treat staff.
  https://www.ywcalethbridge.org/

YWCA Youth Services

Non-profit

To be a community leader committed to collaborative partnerships in provision of accessible prevention, intervention and support programs and services for the enhancement of women's lives. The YWCA Lethbridge and District is led by a volunteer Board of Directors that follows a Policy Governance Model in order to meet the obligations of the work of our charitable not for profit. Elected by the philosophical members of the YWCA Lethbridge and District, they determine the mission, vision, values and ends of our Association.   The YWCA will be located in the Children's Department for the day during the festival.