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Spooky Storytime

On 24 Oct 2017

Visit your local library this October for a few tricks and many treats for an eerie event this Halloween with Spooky Stories at the Children's Lending Library.

Visit your local library this October for a few tricks and many treats for an eerie event this Halloween with Spooky Stories at the Children's Lending Library. Suitable for ages 4 - 11 and dressing up is positively encouraged.
Booking essential. Call 01224 652546 or email ChildrensLibrary@aberdeencity.gov.uk

Start Time: 14:30   End Time: 15:30

Ticket Information:

Free Event

Venue Detail:

Aberdeen Central Library
Aberdeen
AB25 1GW

Telephone:01224 652500
Email: CentralLibrary@aberdeencity.gov.uk
Website: http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/library/

Theme:

Children & Family-Friendly,Storytelling,


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