Suffolk Libraries is doing its bit to make Suffolk the most active county, with six libraries now offering a range of sports equipment for customers to borrow.
Ipswich County Library is holding its tenth annual Multicultural Day next Saturday (30 June).
This month Lesley will be discussing This is Going to Hurt, by Adam Kay.
It's Suffolk Day next week (Thursday 21 June). We've talked to some Suffolk authors about finding inspiration in the county and are holding events at some of our libraries. We'd also like to encourage writers to self-publish with our Suffolk Writes project.
From 9 - 23 July, you can borrow Cowboy Pride by Lacy Williams on OverDrive without a wait list and join in a worldwide discussion.
We're performing essential maintenance on our website overnight 13-14 June.
Over half a million items have now been borrowed from our eLibrary. In 2017/18, our customers borrowed nearly 107,000 eBooks and 29,000 eAudiobooks from OverDrive and BorrowBox, downloaded 24,000 eMagazines from RBdigital, and 52,000 songs from Freegal. They also streamed 109,000 songs from Freegal.
Bungay Library will be closed from Tuesday 10 - Wednesday 18 July for refurbishment and redecoration. It will reopen at the usual time of 9am on Thursday 19 July.
We're teaming up with Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds this month to host five performances as part of the ‘Once Upon A Festival’ children’s arts festival.
This week (4 - 10 June) is National Bookstart Week. This year's theme is Bookstart Bird Boogie and libraries will be giving away free copies of the special BookTrust book A Busy Day for Birds by Lucy Cousins.