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If you are going to a Bookbug Session in September, you are sure of a roaring good time, as libraries gear up for their annual partnership with TechFest. The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) team have come up with … Continue reading
Two very successful iPad/tablet classes were held in Westhill Library run by Aberdeenshire Council’s Leisure Learning, partnering with Libraries and iConnect North East. These six week classes in January & February were open to all the community and taken up … Continue reading
Bessie the bus is visiting a town near you in Aberdeenshire in November! Climb aboard to share some stories, singing and fun activities with your children. Ideal for toddlers and preschool age children and their accompanying adults!
A number of our libraries are hosting weekly free Gaelic classes for beginners starting in May and June and lasting for 8 weeks. If you have ever wanted to learn some Gaelic then just contact the library and register for the classes. … Continue reading
A new World War One resource for schools, the Hard Vrocht Grun, was launched last week by Aberdeenshire Council’s Heritage Education Partnership – Libraries, Archives, Registrars, Arts Education and individual researchers. The purpose of the resource is to guide pupils through … Continue reading