Coventry’s is part of the West Midlands launch of an exciting new Culture Offer taking place this week in libraries across the region.
World Book Day takes place every year and is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books, and of course, reading! It is marked by over 100 countries all over the world.
‘Explore Learning’ are offering free educational sessions at for children on Wednesday 25 October at Central Library.
Children and families are in for a treat this half term as Coventry Libraries will be hosting some free chemistry sessions, where children can have a go at making bath bombs and snow globes!
This year Coventry Libraries organised Book Lovers Vintage Tea Parties at Allesley Park Library and Bell Green Library to mark Older People’s Day.
WATCH (Working Actively to Change Hillfields) celebrated 20 years and also the official re-launch of the Hillfields Community Library within the centre yesterday (Tuesday 3 October).
More than 50 young people were thanked by the Deputy Lord Mayor for their hard work spending the summer holidays helping library staff.
A number of Coventry library services will change from 4 September, including Hillfields Community Library moving location and three other city libraries becoming Volunteer Run libraries.
Parents and carers can pick up a free booklet at Coventry libraries offering tips on giving children a regular bedtime routine.
Coventry libraries are offering children the chance to have an arty Easter.
The brand new Holbrooks Library is having its official opening next week.
Tile Hill Library has re-launched as the first autism-friendly library in the city.
Coventry libraries are looking forward to celebrating Harry Potter Book Night on Thursday 2 February.
Willenhall Library has relocated to the Hagard Community Space and initial signs are looking positive for the new venue - just a short walk from the previous site.
A consultation is underway which is aiming to make savings of £3.8m across libraries, children’s centres, nurseries and youth services.
Changes from Phase One of the Connecting Communities programme are underway and one of the examples is changes to the library service in Willenhall.
For those of us who are old enough to remember the Locarno dance hall in Coventry City Centre, now home to Central library, you will remember the legendary music nights.
Formal consultation on Coventry City Council's proposals to make £3.8m savings across libraries, children’s centres and youth services is set to be approved by councillors.
Coventry libraries will be celebrating Elmer Day on Saturday 28 May with fun stories, activities and displays across the city.
Free Wi-Fi is now available for visitors to all city libraries.