Hop Tu Naa Horrors at the Library!
We had our Hop Tu Naa workshop at the library this week. The children made scary crafts and we had prizes for the best decorated turnip, which was won by Dean Cowell and the best fancy dress which was won by Cerys Mudie.
Isle of Man Film Evening
On Wednesday 12th November 2014 from 7.30pm Mike Reaney will be here to talk about his role in Government, the history of the film industry to present, as well as asking: What does the future hold for film and creative industries on the Isle of Man?
Teen Read Week
Teen Read Week, 12th – 18th October, is an adolescent literacy initiative created by the Young Adult Library Services Association. It began in 1998 and is held annually during the third week of October. Its purpose is to encourage teens to be regular readers and library users. Our young adult collection is on the ground floor plus you can download eBooks by clicking here.
Another chapter in success of Anagh Coar primary school
For the second year in succession Anagh Coar primary school has won the £100 Waterstone’s voucher sponsored by Scottish Widows at the end of the 2014 Summer Reading Challenge.
Head girl Izzy Scarffe, 10, with, left to right, borough librarian Jan Macartney, headteacher Robert Coole, Scottish Widows' Janice Goring and senior library assistant Shirley Moore
Manx Gaelic Today and Tomorrow
On Wednesday 15th October at 7.30pm Adrian Cain, Manx Language Officer at Culture Vannin will be holding a talk at the library titled ‘Manx Gaelic Today and Tomorrow’. Adrian will be speaking enthusiastically about the revival of the Manx language. He will also be teaching the audience a few words and phrases of everyday Manx. Tickets are free and available from the ground floor counter.