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Spring into Storytime

 

Spring into Storytime is a national initiative in public libraries which is running during the month of April. It celebrates the importance of families reading together and sharing stories.

During April, Offaly Library Services are championing their children’s storytime sessions and invite children and their parents/carers to join in and experience the joy of lots of exciting tales! The sessions are completely free of charge.

As well as the enjoyment of the story-time sessions, stories and reading also help children to further develop their creativity and imagination.  Storytimes are a fun activity that also support children’s concentration and communication skills.

 

Banagher

A special Easter Storytime on Tuesday April 4th at 2.15pm & Thursday April 20th at 2.15pm

 

Birr

A special Easter Storytime on Wednesday April 12th at 3.30pm

Regular Storytime every Saturday.  

 

Edenderry

Every Saturday morning during April at 10.30am

Special Storytime with Arts and Crafts on Wednesday 12th April from 4pm.

 

Kilcormac

A school storytime on Thursday 25th at 1.00pm.  Invite only

 

Tullamore

Special Storytime read by Seanie Morris on Thursday 13th April at 3.30pm

Storytime with Paul Timoney on Thursday 20th April at 11am, 12noon, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm

Every Wednesday and Saturday all are welcome to Toddler Time at 11am.

 

For Clara, Daingean and Ferbane, please contact Library branch for details.

 

There are also lots of other interesting things on offer in the library for children in addition to story-times.  Library services also offer

·         Large collection of children’s books

·         Comics, graphic novels and magazines

·         Activities and games

·         Computers and Internet access

·         DVDs and CDs

·         Fun reading events

·         Learning and reading spaces

 

Library branches will be closed on the Easter Bank Holiday weekend and the May Bank Holiday weekend.

 

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