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Alberta Research Portal

The Alberta Research Portal is your gateway to a world-class collection of primary sources. This outstanding resource provides all Albertans with perpetual access to the Gale Primary Sources database, with 69 unique primary source collections, including extensive resources related to First Nations and Indigenous peoples, the Archives of Human Sexuality and Gender, Associated Press Collections, Smithsonian Collection Online, Sabin Americana, 25 titles from Gale Virtual Reference Library, to name but a few. This includes monographs, photographs, newspapers, poetry, original documents, records, and more.

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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You can search for books, DVDs, audiobooks, video games, and more using the online library catalogue, called TRACpac.  Visit the library catalogue at and login using the barcode number from your library card and your PIN. Regular items may be renewed up to two times, as long as there are no holds on the items. Some exceptions may apply. Items may be renewed in person, by phone, or online.Holds may be placed in person, by phone, or online.Please view our eResources page to access digital content.If you are unsure of your PIN/Password, click the I forgot my password link in TRACpac, or give us a call.
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ME Libraries

Alberta wide borrowing is here! ME Libraries lets you join other public libraries across Alberta and borrow their materials using ONE library card. Make the most of your library card and access more items for free!

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Board of Trustees

The Library Board has full legislative authority for the management and provision of library service in the municipality. The Board approves annual budgets and has financial oversight of library operations. In addition, the Board determines service objectives for the library that are appropriate to the needs of the community and re-examines them periodically. The Board also develops policies governing library programs and operations in consultation with the library's manager.

Board Members

Dana McFaull, (Chair)

Missy Chehayeb, (Vice Chair)

Barb Trempner, (Treasurer)

Cindy Haywood, (Secretary) 

Del Virdi, (County Councillor)

Rick Smith, (County Councillor)

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Library Staff

Angie Guderjan, Library Director 

(780) 975-7513

Jennifer Woodmass, Library Clerk

Jennifer Willson, Library Clerk and Programmer

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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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Yellowhead Regional Library

Yellowhead Regional Library provides services to 303,695 Albertans in 54 municipalities and 10,822 students in three school divisions. Our priority is to provide quality library services to our 43 municipal and 43 school libraries. We continuously strive to be responsive to the needs of our members. 

Our headquarters is located in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada.

Creating shared value

Yellowhead Regional Library’s (YRL) commitment to its member libraries is an active, ongoing approach that seeks to enrich the collections, resources and services offered to Albertans in the Yellowhead Region.

Simply put, YRL is always growing, learning and sourcing new resources to help make each member library the best it can be.

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The Regional Automation Consortium

TRAC (The Regional Automation Consortium) is a partnership of Marigold Library System, Northern Lights Library System, Peace Library System, Yellowhead Regional Library, and their member libraries. Using TRACpac you can search a combined catalogue of over 170 libraries with holdings of nearly three million books, DVDs and other material.

TRAC also participates in Alberta-wide borrowing through ME Libraries. Patrons registered through ME Libraries may borrow materials from any TRAC library, subject to local policies and lending periods.

The libraries within TRAC wish to acknowledge Treaty 6, Treaty 7, and Treaty 8 territory, as well as the Métis Nation of Alberta. The TRAC libraries are located on territory that provided a travelling route and home to many Indigenous peoples.

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The Alberta Library (TAL)

In the 1990s libraries across Alberta faced a number of challenges and opportunities, including the information explosion, the development of new technologies, the emergence of the Internet and a changing government philosophy.

A grassroots response to these challenges led to the creation of The Alberta Library (TAL) in 1997. Internationally recognized for cooperation and collaboration, TAL is a province-wide consortium that now serves 48 member libraries in over 300 locations across the province, including:

  • public libraries
  • regional library systems
  • university libraries
  • college, and technical institute libraries
  • special libraries

Member libraries work together to take advantage of changing technologies, find creative solutions and seize new opportunities. As a result, Albertans at even the smallest library have access to more than 30 million resources.

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