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Libraries across Northern
Ireland will be hosting an extensive programme of events to mark this year’s
Festival of Learning from Friday 1 June.
The month long programme
will see over 130 free events taking place in libraries including arts and
craft workshops, jewellery making, poetry readings, music and dance events,
Kumihimo (Japanese braiding), social media and iPad introductory
The Festival of Learning has
something for everyone; whether you already love to learn, are thinking about
learning something new or are involved in organising learning activities for
others. So if you want to keep your mind active or, learn with others from your
community, then visit a library close to you to take part in this year’s
Festival of Learning.
Jim O’Hagan, Chief Executive
of Libraries NI, said:
“Libraries NI is proud to
once again be involved in the Festival of Learning with over 60 branches
hosting free, fun and informative adult learning activities. Awareness and
access to learning opportunities are vital to support and maintain active,
healthy lifestyles and the relaxed, welcoming environment of your local library
is an ideal place to learn new skills.”
If you would like more information about the
Festival of Learning events, ask in a local library, visit www.librariesni.org.uk or follow Libraries NI on Facebook www.facebook.com/LibrariesNorthernIreland.
Full list of Festival of Learning events