East Riding Libraries will be celebrating Christmas with Storytimes and Bounce and Rhyme sessions.
The Storytimes will feature an Out of This World Christmas, taking a trip into outer space and discovering why ‘Aliens love Panta Claus’ ( a book by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort), including songs, stories and activities.
Christmas Storytime sessions are free events and will be held at:
Market Weighton Library and Customer Service Centre : 18 December : 4pm
South Cave Library : 19 December : 3pm
Withernsea Centre : 19 December : 2.15pm
Bridlington Central Library : 18 December : 10am
Hessle Centre : 19 December : 10am
Flamborough Library : 21 December : 10am
Hornsea Library : 12 December : 11am
Goole Library : 21 December : 11am AND 23 December : 11am
Beverley Library : 20 December : 10.30am
Stamford Bridge library : 19 December : 1.45pm
Haltemprice Library and Customer Service Centre : 18 December : 10.30am
Christmas Bounce and Rhyme Sessions will feature the book ‘That’s not my snowman’, with lots of fun, songs and rhymes. All the sessions are free, and will be held at:
Willerby Library : 17 December : 9.30am
Leven Library : 18 December : 11am
Cottingham Library : 19 December : 10am
Petuaria Centre, Brough : 18 December : 9.30 am and 11am
Snaith Library : 19 December : 11am
Howden Centre : 20 December : 11am
Market Weighton Multi Service Centre : 23 December : 11am
North Ferriby library : 17 December : 2.45pm
Swanland library: 18 December : 9.15am
Driffield Centre : 20 December : 10.30am
North Bridlington library : 19 December : 2.15pm
Hedon Centre : 18 December : 10am
Beverley Library : 13 December : 10am
Haltemprice Library and Customer Service Centre : 17 December : 9.30am AND 20 December : 9.30am.
Librarian Hannah Gibbs said : “Our Christmas sessions are always great fun, and very popular. I hope lots of young families will come along and join in with the Storytimes and the Bounce and Rhyme sessions – there’s no need to book, just come along and get involved!”
For more information about the events, visit www.eastridinglibraries.co.uk
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