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‘What’s On’ in Poole Libraries

Poole libraries have a feast of family friendly activities and events this autumn to entertain children and adults of all ages.

Visitors can meet a shelf-full of Dorset authors and find out how to get published, download an eBook from the brand new collection of 547 eBooks, or celebrate Full of life Day and get some great ideas to help keep them well and happy.

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Younger guests can get a helping hand with homework at the new homework clubs, celebrate their achievement in finishing the Summer Reading Challenge with author and illustrator Mark Robertson, or get crafty at the Family Arts Festival.

Those wishing to explore new worlds can pick up a South West reading passport to see where their reading journey takes them. Mix this with some African drumming and weekly scrabble sessions and there’s to be sure something for everyone.

Cllr Xena Dion, Cabinet Portfolio Holder for a Prosperous and Sustainable Poole, Borough of Poole, said: "This year's autumn activities at Poole libraries really do have something to appeal to everyone. It's a great way to entertain the children and provides an ideal opportunity for families to spend some quality time together and with most of the activities being free, it really can't get much better than that."

To find out more about what events are taking place in Poole libraries from September to December, pick up a copy of the 'What's on' brochure available at all local libraries, or visit www.boroughofpoole.com/libraries



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