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Storytelling Summer Camp in libraries - to mark the Big Summer Read

Libraries NI is hosting a Storytelling Summer Camp for children age 8 - 11 as part of its celebrations for this year’s Big Summer Read. 

Do you like to listen to stories? Do you like making up stories? Do you like telling stories? 

Then come along to our FREE summer camps with Liz Weir, Libraries NI’s Storyteller in Residence, which is taking place in six libraries across Northern Ireland over the summer.

·         Omagh Library - Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 July from 10:30am - 12:30pm

·         Strabane Library - Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 July from 2:00pm - 4:00pm

·         Armagh City Library - Monday 31 July and Tuesday 1 August from 10:30am - 12:30pm

·         Newry City Library - Monday 31 July and Tuesday 1 August from 2:00pm - 4:00pm

·         Bangor Carnegie Library - Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 August from 10:30am - 12:30pm

·         Carrickfergus Library - Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 August from 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Join renowned storyteller Liz Weir who will help you tell and write better stories. Liz has written 27 books and has told stories all over the world so this is your chance to get some top tips from a really experienced writer and storyteller. 

The Storytelling Summer Camps have been funded by the ‘Peg and Jim Armstrong Bursary’ which was set up as a tribute to the founding members of Tullycarnet Yarnspinners, Peg and Jim Armstrong, with the aim of promoting the art of storytelling. 

It is essential that children attend both days to fully enjoy the workshop.

Admission to the Storytelling Summer Camps is free and booking is essential. 

To find out more or to book a place, contact your local library. 


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