What's on in Slough Libraries? - look out for events, activities and courses
Join popular historical writers, Elizabeth Fremantle and Antonia Senior to discuss their new books 'The Girl in the Glass Tower' and 'The Tyrant's Shadow'. If you're interested in Tudor England as well as following the journeys of interesting characters, this author talk shouldn't be missed!
They will be at The Curve THIS SATURDAY 23 September at 11am.
Book Liz Fremantle and Antonia Senior FREE online
A brand new children's musical adventure with music and lyrics by Al & Sam of The Hoosiers. Help children learn the musical notes from A for Alligator all the way to G for Giraffe with a cute story for children! The show is fresh from a successful run on the Edinburgh Fringe.
Saturday 30 September
Tickets: Children £8.50, Adults £9.50, family ticket £35
Well done to everyone who took part in the Summer Reading Challenge.
It's now time for anyone who earned a certificate to book a place at one of our medal ceremonies.
Anyone who comes to one of our medal ceremonies can earn their gold library card by borrowing six more books.
Book online or ask at your local library.
If you want to get learning again this autumn, the new Community Learning programme for adults is now available.
You can either browse by topic in the main brochure or find out what's going on at your nearest centre. To get further advice and to sign up to your courses you'll need to attend an enrolment day. There are enrolment days at all the main locations between 4 and 13 September!
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