Events in Inverclyde Libraries
Are you ready for a challenge?!
Bookbug’s Library Challenge for 0-5yr olds will be launching on World Book Day, Thursday 5th March 2020.
It’s really easy to join the challenge, just sign up at your local Library anytime from 5th March and get reading! All children who sign up on World Book Day will receive a free book! The Challenge will run until Saturday 2nd May.
During the Challenge each time you return a book you’ll receive a stamp on your Collectors Card...collect 6 stamps and you can choose one of Bookbug’s lovely certificates! Collect 2 or more certificates and you’ll receive an invite to Bookbug’s Big Party!
Lots more information about Bookbug’s Big Birthday Party and Bookbug Week in May coming soon
Discover IT@ the Library
Inverclyde Libraries are proud to announce our new programme of fantastic and FREE IT and mobile phone/tablet sessions (attached on the left of the page here for your information). This runs from 13th January to 27th March 2020 with all new course content based around Scotland’s Digital Participation Charter (https://digitalparticipation.scot/). Along with the new Digital Storytelling session we began offering in September there is also a new beginner’s family history course running from the recently refurbished Watt Institution which is sure to be really popular.
Our small classes are led by our friendly and knowledgeable staff and will give attendees the confidence to make their chosen device work for them and get the most from it while also staying safe online
For more details of the classes please see the attached programme on the Documents section of the left-hand column.
Watt Institution Re-opening
The Watt Library and McLean Museum and Art Gallery, together known as the Watt Institution, will re-open to the
general public on Friday 22nd November 2019 at 10 am.
Opening hours are Wednesday to Saturday 10 am to 4 pm.
The Watt Library local history service currently at Greenock Central Library will close on Saturday 9th November at 1pm.
This is to allow staff time to move resources and equipment back to the Watt Library in advance of its re-opening.
Page last updated: 12 February 2020