Carlisle library events

What's on

    Wednesday, 25 Apr, 2018

  • Green Spring Clean at Carlisle Library

    Carlisle Library

    Tired of buying harmful chemical cleaners? Would you like to save money and cut down on plastic bottles? Drop-in to Carlisle Library where Judith from Waste Prevention Services will be demonstrating how natural products can make all the difference to your pocket and be less damaging to the environment.
  • Tuesday, 19 Jun, 2018

  • Illustrated Art Talks at Carlisle Library: Peter Paul Rubens

    Carlisle Library

    Peter Paul Rubens; Artist and Diplomat is the subject of the first in a series of illustrated art talks by David A. Cross. David is a writer, lecturer and independent art historian with interests in biography, sculpture and the artists of Cumbria. The 45 minute talks begin at 1pm so contact Carlisle Library now to book your ticket.
  • Tuesday, 26 Jun, 2018

  • Illustrated Art Talks at Carlisle Library: Henri de Toulouse Lautrec

    Carlisle Library

    Henri de Toulouse Lautrec; La Belle Epoque is the subject of the second in a series of illustrated art talks by David A. Cross. David is a writer, lecturer and independent art historian with interests in biography, sculpture and the artists of Cumbria. The 45 minute talks begin at 1pm so contact Carlisle Library now to book your ticket.
  • Tuesday, 3 Jul, 2018

  • Illustrated Art Talks at Carlisle Library: John Ruskin

    Carlisle Library

    John Ruskin; Artist and Scientist is the subject of the third in a series of illustrated art talks by David A. Cross. David is a writer, lecturer and independent art historian with interests in biography, sculpture and the artists of Cumbria. The 45 minute talks begin at 1pm so contact Carlisle Library now to book your ticket.
  • Tuesday, 10 Jul, 2018

  • Illustrated Art Talks at Carlisle Library; Public Sculpture of Cumbria

    Carlisle Library

    Bronze, Stone and Stainless Steel; the public sculpture of Cumbria is the subject of the final illustrated art talk by David A. Cross, held at Carlisle Library. David is a writer, lecturer and independent art historian with interests in biography, sculpture and the artists of Cumbria. The 45 minute talks begin at 1pm so contact Carlisle Library now to book your ticket.
  • Hack.Make.Code Club

    Carlisle Library

    Coding Club for under 17s. Learn how to create apps, websites and more....No experience necessary but please bring along a laptop if you have one! Term Time only.
  • Toddler Time

    Carlisle Library

    Free drop in session parent/toddler group for all under 5s - every Monday Two sessions: 9.30am - 10.30am and 11.00am - 12.00 noon.
  • Baby Bounce

    Carlisle Library

    Baby Bounce sessions every Tuesday. 10.15am - 10.45am and 11.15am - 11.45am. All under 3s and their parents/carers welcome!
  • Memory Matters Carer Support Group

    Carlisle Library

    Do you care for someone living with dementia or early signs of memory loss? Based in Carlisle Library, we are here to listen and offer support on a range of issues. Our vision is to bring the community and what it can offer together, this includes:  Informal opportunity to ask questions  Education signposting  Carers assessments  Emotional support  Promote links with local resources This will take place weekly every Monday
  • IT Skills at Carlisle Library

    Carlisle Library

    Join us weekly at Carlisle Library for our FREE Learn My Way courses on using a computer and the internet. Learn at your own pace, with staff on hand to help when you need it. 1:1 taster sessions also available. Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10am - 12pm, Thursdays 5-7pm. Call Carlisle Library for more information or to book a place.
  • Who Do You Think You Are? (every second Monday of the month)

    Carlisle Library

    Join us for our popular monthly Family History group session; a great opportunity to get hints and tips on using Find My Past and Ancestry, and to share information and ideas with others. Also, group members can get up to 3 reader prints free per session. Second Monday of the month from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon