CBC Saskatchewan will be holding a special, one day event that will allow people to have intimate conversations with 20 people with a wide range of experiences.
Human Library Day will take place at the Regina Central Library on Jan. 26.
The purpose of the event is to try to dispel some myths or stereotypes that people may have about certain professions or lifestyles.
People will have the opportunity to have one-on-one chats with 20 "human books" who have volunteered their time.
The group of people includes an air ambulance pilot, a divorce lawyer, a male-to-female transsexual and many others.
Dayna Smith-Short is also on the list. The funeral director and embalmer said people always have questions about her work.
"I always love the one of, 'You don't look like a funeral director, embalmer,' not quite sure what we're supposed to look like," she said.
"But then, that reaction turns to curiosity, and a lot of times there are a lot of questions. I'd rather people ask then go by what they've heard or seen on TV."
All attendees can have a chance to ask Smith-Short, or any of the other 19 people, questions.
The event starts at 10 a.m. and will last until 2 p.m.