Suffolk Libraries is hosting an art exhibition in collaboration with Suffolk New College with the theme of sustainability.
Stowmarket Library has announced the programme for the 2020 Skulduggery in Stowmarket crime writers' festival, taking place from 24-26 April.
A new three-minute film shows Suffolk Libraries staff, volunteers and users discussing the life-changing effects of libraries.
Suffolk Libraries is inviting six local artists to undertake a week-long residency at Bury St Edmunds Library from 30 March - 3 April 2020. To tie in with the British Library's newest exhibition, Unfinished Business: The Fight for Women’s Rights, the theme for the week is gender equality.
Enjoy a hot drink or a delicious pastry at Ipswich County Library with the opening of a new Coffeelink.
A new ‘Reading Well for Children’ booklist has been launched for Children’s Mental Health Week.
Suffolk Libraries is launching a new reading promotion which aims to get people to read something a bit different. Discovereads is an exciting new project featuring six books handpicked by our librarians, with the help of reading groups across the county.
This month Lesley will be discussing The Great Level, by Stella Tillyard.
Children and families are invited to meet animals and princesses, learn about the natural world, make arts and crafts and more this half-term.
Harry Potter Book Night is back this February. Libraries across Suffolk will once again be hosting events in celebration of the bestselling books by J. K. Rowling.