Go Gadgeteers!

Can’t get enough Gadgeteering? Join us for some great FREE summer activities where you can show off your imagination and superpowers of invention!

LEGO COME & BUILD on Wednesday 3rd August.

JUNK MODELLING on Tuesday 23rd August.

Both sessions run from 10am until 11.30am and are for children aged from 5 to 11 . (Sevens and under should be accompanied by an adult).

Places are limited so booking is essential. Call into the library, ring us on 01609 534584 or email ecl.generalenquiries@gmail.com

Summer Art Exhibition

Logo for the Boot Shop Summer Art Exhibition at Easingwold Community Library

Drop by the community library for a wonderful new exhibition of mixed media art produced by very talented artists from Easingwold’s The Boot Shop.

The Boot Shop is a community-based project run by the national charity United Response.

The Boot Shop’s artists are thrilled to be able to use the space in the community library to exhibit their work and we’re thrilled to have them! The exhibition runs until October. Do please come and enjoy the artworks.

Summer Reading Challenge 2022

Gadgeteers, this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, has arrived at Easingwold Community library!

This year’s Challenge has a very special science theme that will grab your curiosity and spark your creativity! If you’re from 4 to 11 years old you can join the Gadgeteers to discover the amazing science and innovation in the world around you. Science and your imagination can unlock endless possibilities.

Gadgeteers features amazing books, awesome rewards, and plenty of ideas for cool experiments and activities to discover the science all around you. The Challenge is being brought to life by top children’s writer and illustrator Julian Beresford.

Excited to join the Gadgeteers? You can sign-up for the Summer Reading Challenge at the library today!

Citizens Advice in Easingwold

Citizens advice are now running outreach sessions at Easingwold & District Community Care Association (EDCCA), The Old Police House, Church Hill, Easingwold.

The drop-in sessions run from 9.30am to 12.15pm on the second and fourth Thursday of each month.

You’ll find more information about Citizens Advice, including their helpline number, here.