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Celebrating 'libraries week' throughout the Highlands

By Andrew Dixon

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High Life Highland (HLH) is running activities at libraries this week to mark 'libraries week'.

The annual showcase is a celebration of the best that libraries have to offer, with a particular focus on the ways they support life-long learning for all.

HLH principal libraries manager Julie Corcoran said: “We’ll be running a wide range of activities across our 40 libraries on this year’s theme of 'never stop learning’. Through activities such as book quizzes, special displays, dance sessions, the ever popular book clubs, Scrabble and Lego sessions, Bookbug and a children’s treasure hunt, we’ll showcase how our libraries help people fulfil their potential at every stage of life.

“We hope everyone in our communities across the Highlands will enjoy the activities during libraries week – and beyond – and everyone is welcome.”

High Life Highland libraries are free to join, giving you access to not just physical books, magazines, newspapers and computers, but thousands of titles through its online service too.

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