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Book Week Scotland events in our libraries

Published Tuesday, 06 November 2018

Book Week Scotland 2018

Our Library Service is hosting a full programme of events to celebrate Book Week Scotland (BWS) – 19-25 November 2018.

The annual event is a national celebration of books and reading that brings hundreds of events to a variety of venues across the country.

The 2018 events programme is packed with tales and talks, from the personal to the historic and political, with something for all ages to enjoy.

Those who want to spend the week reading will also have plenty of choice, with a free book which will be distributed to libraries and BWS partners across Scotland in the run up to the celebrations.

Local events across South Lanarkshire and Culture venues include:

Monday 19 November 1.30pm - 2.30pm - The photography of Keith Fergus - Tickets £3.20 from Avondale Community Wing Library, Strathaven, 01357 521167

Fairhill Lifestyles, Hamilton
Tuesday 20 November 1.30pm - 2.30pm - Ethyl Smith, Dark Times - Tickets £3.20 from Fairhill Lifestyles Library, 01698 456360

Cambuslang Library
Tuesday 20 November 6pm - 7:15pm  - Cheese and Wine Readers Celebrations -  Tickets £3.20 from Cambuslang Library, 0141 584 2530

St Leonard's Library, East Kilbride
Wednesday 21 November 11am - 12 noon - Thomas McKerley, Bloodlines Trilogy - Tickets £3.20 from St Leonards Library, 01355 241573

East Kilbride Central Library
Thursday 22 November 7pm - 8pm - Cameron McNeish – Never Mind There’s Always the Hills - Tickets £5 from SLLC online box office or phone 01355 261000

Lanark Library
Thursday 22 November 22nd 2pm - 3.15pm - Cheese and Wine Readers Celebrations -  Tickets £3.20 from Lanark Library, 01555 661144.

Gerry Campbell, General Manager, South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture (SLLC), said: “We are delighted to be holding such a wide variety of events to celebrate Book Week Scotland and encourage our communities to come along and share their love of reading. There genuinely is something going on to suit all genres.

“Even if you can’t get to an event, there are lots of other ways to get involved in online. In fact, this is the perfect time to get signed up to your library or look out your membership card, stock, up on books at home and make time to relax and read.”