This half-term join us around our much-loved willow tree for the chance to learn exciting new circus tricks in a special workshop with expert tuition provided by Circus Skills York.
On Wednesday 28th October, primary school-age children will be able to learn plate spinning, ribbon twirling, juggling, DapoStars and much more!
There’s a choice of two workshop times – 10.00am or 11.15am. Each workshop will run for an hour and will adhere to Government guidelines in a COVID SECURE outdoor venue. The event is free though donations to library funds are most welcome,
This event is sure to be popular and as numbers are strictly limited advance booking is essential.
Did you know that you can manage your library account and access a wealth of county library resources and online services using your North Yorkshire libraries card? And it’s just got easier with the launch of the shiny new North Yorkshire Libraries app!
Coming to the iOS or Android device of your choice with a few simple clicks. What are you waiting for?
To get the app, go to Google play (Android) or the App Store (iOS) and search for ‘North Yorkshire Libraries’.
Easingwold Community Library is the lucky recipient of some beautiful picture books for children, presented by Easingwold District Lions during a recent visit.
Lions John Sutherland and Cassandra Bullock presented four books which have been signed by their author, Ellie Jackson. The books tell the tales of four animals that struggle to escape man-made threats to their environments. Nelson’s Dangerous Dive is about ghost nets in our oceans. Buddy’s Rainforest Rescue has an Orang-utan coping with logging as his home disappears. Marley’s Tangled Tale is about a penguin caught in plastic netting. Duffy’s Lucky Escape features a turtle who has a close shave with masses of plastic bottles.
These bright and attractive books are aimed at children in Years 5 and 6 but can, of course, be read to younger children. They’re a brilliant way of getting the message across about caring for the environment – for the sake of animals and humans.
The books are on display to read in the library. The Lions have also presented copies of the books to each local primary school so if your child likes them they’ll also be able to find them when they return to school!
In the next stage of our phased re-opening, we are welcoming customers back into the Community Library to browse for books from Tuesday 4th August.
We will have new arrangements in place to keep everyone safe – both visitors and our volunteers. Please read our Covid-19: Information for Library Visitors before your visit and try to abide by our procedures while you are with us.
Our public computers are now open and we strongly advise you to ring us to pre-book a 45-minute session if you need one because availability is very limited. The book reservation service re-starts on Monday 3rd August. If you’re not comfortable about coming into the library, our Book Bundles service continues.
We are open on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am until 12 Noon. Please note that there are no newspapers, seating or toilet facilities.
If you have any queries or questions about our new arrangements please email us at email@example.com or ring us on 01609 534584 and leave a message.