To reserve a place, please contact Aberdeen City Libraries on 01224 652500 or email Library [email protected] By Odin's Trousers! That is, if you don't mind and it's not too inconvenient.Anarchic fun as David Macphail reads from his book series, Thorfinn the Nicest Viking, an ale-splashing, meat-ripping, hatchet-in-the-head kind of saga, in a world where manners cost nothing (literally), and politeness pays (usually with your life).There'll also be the opportunity to create your own special effects. Join author Sara Sheridan to explore issues of gender equality for International Women's Day.This workshop is fun and packed full of information. Sara writes about the women who history glossed over.
Don't miss this valuable opportunity of a one-to-one consultation with a registered patent attorney.
Make sure you never miss out by joining our mailing list. Join us for an exciting hour of programming in Scratch. This illustrated talk which includes music from Paul Anderson is sure to give you a 'new perspective' on the local area. To book call, 01224 723015 or email Dyce [email protected] Social enterprise is a global phenomenon, in which Scotland is widely recognised as leading the world. 01224 652500 or email Library [email protected] Join us for Valentine’s Day-themed story and crafts sessions at the following libraries. To book, contact: Cornhill: 01224 696209 or email Cornhill [email protected] Culter: 01224 732587 or email Culter [email protected] Cults: 01224 868346 or email Cults [email protected] This film award season join our Information Librarian to explore iconic BAFTA winning films and nominees of the last 70 years.
To book, contact Children’s Library on 01224 652507 or email Childrens [email protected] A 12 week coding club programme of Scratch 1 and 2, every Tuesday at 3.30pm. Join us to hear Andy discuss what it took to create the book which includes truly captivating images as varied as sunrise at Cruden Bay to the lights of Union Street from a unique angle.
For the full line up of events taking place across the city, pick up a brochure from your local library or visit Aberdeen Performing Arts - Granite Noir.
Award-winning Elen Caldecott is the author of children's mysteries such as The Great Ice Cream Heist, Operation Eiffel Tower, and The Mystery of Wickworth Manor.
He is currently working on many other books, including humorous stories, historical stories and non-fiction titles.