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Formerly, choose from thousands of online courses to learn in-demand skills from real-world industry experts. When logging in via the app, use code 'yrl' to access the resource.


This website is an online public library of published books in accessible formats for Canadians with perceptual disabilities.


Download eBooks and audiobooks to your computer or mobile apps.


Get access to thousands of eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines from your computer or mobile device through OverDrive and Libby.
On the go? Download Libby on your mobile device to borrow library materials straight to your phone or tablet.
Using a Kobo? Find out how you can access OverDrive materials on your Kobo eReader.

Did you know that members of TRAC also have access to available OverDrive materials through Parkland Regional Library System? Here’s how you can find them!

On the OverDrive website:

  1. Go to the TRAC OverDrive homepage.
  2. Click on the Partner Libraries link at the top of the page and choose Parkland Regional Library (PRL). 
  3. Once on PRL's OverDrive site, click the Sign in button. Select TRAC Consortium and sign in with your TRAC library barcode number and PIN. 
  4. Search and borrow PRL OverDrive items instantly.

On the Libby App:

  1. Open the Libby app and tap on the icon at the bottom of the screen. Under 'Your Libraries' select 'Add a Library.'
  2. Search Parkland Regional Library and tap when found.
  3. Tap 'Sign in with my card'.
  4. Sign in with your TRAC library barcode and PIN. 
  5. Search and borrow PRL OverDrive items instantly.

Prairie Indigenous eBook Collection

The first of its kind in Canada, the Prairie Indigenous eBook Collection increases access to books by Indigenous authors and writings about Indigenous culture. Over two hundred eBooks published on the prairies are available to all Albertans, with no holds, through the province’s public library systems. Some notable authors included in this collection are Eden Robinson, Dawn Dumont, Richard Van Camp, Lee Maracle, Will Cardinal, Chelsea Vowel, and Katherena Vermette, along with hundreds of other voices.

Library Membership

New Sarepta Library is a member of Yellowhead Regional Library. New Sarepta Library is also a member of The Regional Automation Consortium (TRAC) and of The Alberta Library (TAL). This means that as a member of New Sarepta Library, you may borrow and return books at any Alberta Library.

Your New Sarepta Library Card entitles you to:

  • Free library membership to patrons within our boundaries

Residents of the Hamlet of New Sarepta and surrounding area may aquire a library card provided that proper identification is shown.

If you lose your library card please contact the library immediately to avoid the unauthorized use of your card.

If you move or change your phone number please notify us as soon as possible in order to keep your file up to date.

New card/Renewal Form

Do you need to renew your existing library card while we are closed?
Would you like to sign up for a membership to access eResources?
Do you have a question?

If you've answered "YES!" to any of these questions, please fill in and submit our form.

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Local History

Looking Back

Enjoy a look at the history of New Sarepta. A trip down memory lane for some, an opportunity to learn about a new community for others, this book includes photos, stories and memories of some of the first families to settle here and their descendants. Take a Look Back!

Looking Back: The Sequel

With new information to 2004, the Sequel to New Sarepta - Looking Back includes new stories and accounts from families living in and around the (then) Village of New Sarepta.

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Technology & Computers

Free wifi and public access computers.We have computers available for public use.Printing and photocopying ($0.25 per page for colour)
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New Sarepta Public Library

Come on down! The faces are friendly, and if we do not have what you are looking for, we can most likely get it brought in for you! Nestled within the County of Leduc, New Sarepta Library is only a short drive away from the cities of Leduc, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, and Edmonton. 

Angie Guderjan, Library Director 

(780) 975-7513

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At New Sarepta Library, membership is always free and so are most of our programs. With donations from patrons like you, we can offer more new and interesting programs and materials for everyone to enjoy. Please feel free to drop off a dollar or two!

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