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Library News and Events
Northfield Library Reopening Monday 2 February
Northfield library will reopen for business on Monday 2 February 2015 at 2pm. Until then books and other items can still be returned to any City Library.
Your nearest library is:
Aberdeen AB16 6TR
Tel. 01224 788558
Mon 10-7; Tue 10-5; Wed 10-7; Thu 10-5; Fri 10-5; Sat 10-1, 2-5
We apologise for any inconvenience caused as a result of the closure for repairs.
Airyhall Library Closed For Refurbishment
Airyhall Library will be closed for refurbishment from Wednesday 11 February 2015 for eight weeks. Books and other items can be returned to any City Library.
During the closure a selection of adult and childrens books will be available at our Pop-up Library in the Conservatory at Airyhall Community Centre from Wednesday 11 February and thereafter every: Mon 10 1; Wed 10 1 and Fri 10 1
Your nearest library is Kaimhill Library on Pitmedden Terrace. Telephone 01224 498160 or e-mail KaimhillLibrary@aberdeencity.gov.uk
Open: Mon & Wed 2-7, Tue & Thu 9-12 & 2-5, Fri 1-5, Sat 10-1
For details of other service points please visit our web pages at www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/library or phone 01224 652500
We will be posting updates of the exciting refurbishment over the new eight weeks!
Wild Dolphins Commemorative Booklet
Aberdeen City Libraries has published 'A School of Dolphins', a special booklet to commemorate the Wild Dolphins School Dolphins Trail which took place across libraries in Aberdeen throughout the summer of 2014.
The trail showcased over 30 miniature dolphin sculptures which were decorated by school children from Aberdeen City and Shire as part of the Wild Dolphins project.
The publication features photographs and descriptions of each sculpture and can be purchased in any library in Aberdeen for 50p.
Intellectual Property Advice Clinics
Monthly, next clinic Wednesday 18 February at the Central Library
Aberdeen City Libraries are delighted to offer a free IP advice clinic service in partnership with local patent attorneys. Don't miss this valuable opportunity of a one-to-one consultation with a registered patent attorney. Book now for your chance to discuss any ideas you may have for new products or brands.
The next clinics will take place on Wednesday 18 February and are held monthly. Phone 01224 652511 or Email InformationCentre@aberdeencity.gov.uk for more information or to book a session.
Find Your Target Market
Business workshop, Wednesday 4 February at the Central Library
Learn how to use online resources such as Mint UK and Kompass to make detailed sales and marketing lists, tailored to your business needs. Access to the premium resources is free to library members.
Aberdeen City Libraries' Business & Enterprise Service offers information and support to businesses, entrepreneurs and people seeking employment. Get in touch for further details about how the free service can help you.
The free workshop will be held in the Central Library from 6-7pm. Booking is essential, phone 01224 652511 or e-mail Businessinfo@aberdeencity.gov.uk for more information or to book.
One-to-One Business Sessions
Missed out on attending one of our 'Mint in May' workshops in Central Library? There are still opportunities to find out how much the premium business e-resource Mint UK, accessible free of charge in our Information Centre, can benefit your business. Contact us on 01224 652511 or e-mail InformationCentre@aberdeencity.gov.uk to book an individual session with our Business & Enterprise Librarian.
Scottish Children's Book Awards
October 2014 - February 2015
The Scottish Children's Book Awards are voted for entirely by children and young people across Scotland and are the largest of their kind in Scotland. The Awards have grown year on year; with over 38,000 children from all of Scotland's 32 local authorities voting for their favourite book in 2013
Bookbug Readers (3-7 years):
- Robot rumpus by Sean Taylor
- Princess Penelope and the runaway kitten by Alison Murray
- Lost for words by Natalie Russell
- These books will be in the Bookbug Primary 1 Family Pack which is gifted to every child in Primary 1 during Book Week Scotland in November.
Younger Readers (8-11 years):
- Precious and the mystery of the missing lion by Alexander McCall Smith
- Attack of the giant robot chickens by Alex McCall
- Pyrate's boy by E.B Colin
Older Readers (12-16 years):
- Mosi's war by Cathy Macphail
- Dark spell by Gill Arbuthnott
- the wall by William Sutcliffe
All these titles will be available in Aberdeen City Libraries - the titles in the 8-11 and 12 -16 categories are also available to borrow in e-book format. You'll be able to vote for the one you think is the best in your local library - so get reading!
Aberdeen AB25 1GW
Tel: 01224 652500
Fax 01224 641985
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