Summer Reading Challenge
Things are about to get wild this summer as this year's Summer Reading Challenge theme is Wild World Heroes! It is a celebration of nature and wildlife and encourages children to take care of their environment.
Sign up at any Slough library from July the 3rd, or online at www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk The process is quick easy and free and is open to children aged 4 and over.
Lets Read Together - Family Book Group
In conjunction with Slough Caribbean Forum, this is a reading group for families inspired by Black History Month! We talk about Black authors, Black history, culture and more. Sessions on the third Saturday of the month. More info from firstname.lastname@example.org
Ebony Book Club
A monthly book group for adults facilitated by Slough Caribbean Forum talking about Black history and culture. We are here to highlight the importance of Black history all year round. Sessions 4th Tuesday of the month on Zoom. Book for details
Become a Parent Partner
Slough Libraries and Culture service are looking to recruit Parent Partner to meet to share their opinions and suggestions to help shape our service. No experience is required, just a willingness to express your views. Meet other parents and carers, and find out more about services to families and new developments. To become a Parent Partner complete the Parent Partners joining online form, email email@example.com or contact your local library.
Arts Award online
We're bringing Arts Award online! Look out for our new Puppet themed Arts Award Discover programme for ages 8+.
Learn about the world of arts and creativity, artists and have a go at being creative as well!
We have a blog!
We update our blog regularly with fun new resources, activities, reviews and plenty more thanks to the fantastic content our library staff create
Make sure you follow us on Twitter @SloughLibraries and on Instagram @TheCurveSlough_Culture_Library as well as checking out our blog to keep up with all our new content!
Slough Talking Newspaper
Did you know that Slough has a Talking Newspaper. Each week, a new edition is recorded and updated on the Slough Talking Newspaper website.
You can listen to this on the British Wireless for the Blind Fund web player or via their British Wireless for the Blind Fund app which can be downloaded too.
Virtual Curve Club
Keep the kids entertained every Saturday as we bring the club to the virtual world. We will release at least three activities at 11.30am, 12pm and 12.30pm, including crafts and other activities.
Look out for additional guest activities every month from our partners. Find it all on @SloughLibraries Facebook every week