Celebrating the animated release of ‘Stick Man’, East Riding Libraries are running a fun competition which will provide a creative task over the Christmas break.
People across the East Riding are being challenged to get online this October and try doing everyday things the digital way as part of the national Get Online Week campaign
There’s a buzz in the air as the final preparations are underway for this year’s Beverley Literature Festival, which starts tomorrow.
As a celebration of ‘Better Breakfast Month’ this September, East Riding Libraries have teamed up with East Riding Children’s Centres to host a series of breakfast themed storytime sessions
The Summer Reading Challenge 2015 is well under way in East Riding Libraries, with over 1100 children participating across the area.
East Riding Libraries are making final preparations for the start of the Summer Reading Challenge 2015, which launches on Monday (20 July). The theme for the 2015 Challenge is Record Breakers.
Libraries across the UK are getting ready to encourage young readers to explore some of the astonishing real-life achievements and world records as featured in the Guinness World Records Books
East Riding residents will have a chance to bring their ‘Wild Things’ to join the Big Wild Rumpus at selected East Riding Libraries on Saturday (13 June) at 11am
As Volunteers Week 2015 approaches (1-6 June), East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding residents that it is looking for more volunteers aged 16-24
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is looking for volunteers aged 16-24 to help with this year’s Summer Reading Challenge in East Riding Libraries.
East Riding libraries are holding an egg-citing programme of events this Easter, with bunnies, stories, eggs – and magic.
East Riding Libraries are inviting people of all ages and abilities to access the Internet by spending some time in their local library and Be Online!
Bloomsbury Children’s Books invited libraries to host events in celebration of the first ever Harry Potter Book Night on Thursday 5 February.
Many East Riding Libraries will be offering a chance to join in the magic of the first ever Harry Potter Book Night on Thursday 5 February from 6pm-7pm, in association with Bloomsbury.
National Libraries Day – Saturday 7 February – celebrates libraries and the role they play in their communities.
Taking the very best in live literature on tour across the area, Between the Lines is a programme of talks and workshops by established and emerging women writers, taking place at libraries and venues
This half term, East Riding Libraries are hosting a series of Hallowe’en events and activities for children. From spooky story times to ghostly games and creepy crafts, the activities will be frightful fun!