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.



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.



World Mental Health Day

This year's World Mental Health Day, which takes place on 10th October 2014, shines a light on schizophrenia. We have books about schizophrenia as well as other mental health issues on the first floor of the library. For more information click here.



Hop Tu Naa Horrors!

We're holding a creepy craft workshop for children on Wednesday 29th October from 3pm - 4pm. There will be a prize for the best decorated turnip so make sure you bring yours along! Fancy dress is optional. Tickets are free and available from the ground floor counter. Hope to see you there!



Amazing response to Mythical Maze

The 2014 Summer Reading Challenge Mythical Maze held at the Henry Bloom Noble Library saw 146 children complete the challenge.


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