More activities for kids are coming to the library! Led by our storytime reader Heather join us for Spring Arts Sessions and get crafting with us!
Great news! Since we have so many people coming to storytime, we’re extending to 2 sessions! Come along every Tuesday either at 10:25 or 11:20 and get singing, listening and learning together with our fabulous reader Heather from Learn Ealing!
Happy International Women’s Day 2022! Our volunteers have selected some books that highlight women’s history and experiences so please check them out!
And that’s a wrap on our World Book Day storytime today! Thank you to all those who came and for our fabulous volunteer Angilee who led the session in full whiskered glory! If you’re interested in getting involved and volunteering at the library with us, then please follow the link here: https://westealingcommunitylibrary.org.uk/volunteer-today/ to look atContinue reading “World Book Day Storytime”
Happy World Book Day! As part of our library’s celebrations today, why not come in and fill out a book recommendation bingo? We look forward to seeing everyone in their costumes today!
Looking for travel advice? TFL advisors will be in our library from 10:30-12 on the 8th March to answer any questions you have about Oyster Cards, Freedom Passes and planning your journey!
We’re so glad to display this beautiful artwork that was created in Dean Gardens by children in the community as part of the Love Ealing, Love Local event series; why not come along and see the work in person?
It’s World Book Day next week and we’re celebrating by having a special storytime on Thursday from 10:30-11! Dressing up as your favourite book character is encouraged!
Mindfulness and Confidence Boosting Workshops are coming back now in partnership with Positive Awareness! From the 8th March, come in every other Tuesday from 12-1 for a free workshop to learn tips about how to be more mindful and improve your mental wellbeing.
It’s #InternationalMotherLanguageDay! Our library has a brilliant collection of both dual language books, and books in a variety of community languages, so why not come in and give them a read?