Carlisle library events

What's on

    Tuesday, 23 Oct, 2018

  • Black cats and Hallowe'en

    Carlisle Library

    Cats Protection will tell us how to keep our cats safe around fireworks, and do some cat crafts too. Family tickets available from the library
  • Wednesday, 24 Oct, 2018

  • Spooky Stories and Speedy Spiders

    Carlisle Library

    Hallowe'en Stories and Crafts for kids aged 5 yrs and under. FREE tickets available from the library. Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Illustrated Art Talks at Carlisle Library: The Hermitage Collection: An Overview

    Carlisle Library

    Join us at Carlisle Library during October for a series of illustrated art talks by lecturer and art historian David A. Cross. The final talk is on The Hermitage Collection with tickets costing 2, available from Carlisle Library.
  • Thursday, 25 Oct, 2018

  • Junk Model Haunted House

    Carlisle Library

    Help us build a Haunted House from junk! Age: 5yrs and upwards. Collect your FREE ticket from the library. Under 8s must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Thursday, 1 Nov, 2018

  • Matt Hilton Author Event at Carlisle Library

    Carlisle Library

    Join us for an afternoon with author Matt Hilton, who will be talking about his books including the latest Joe Hunter thriller 'Marked for Death,' as well as his brand new series featuring Detective Inspector Kerry Darke, in which crime and supernatural fiction collide.
  • Tuesday, 6 Nov, 2018

  • Alan Cleaver Author Talk at Carlisle Library

    Carlisle Library

    As part of the Great North West Read, join us for an afternoon with Alan Cleaver, who, with Lesley Park, is the author of 'The Corpse Roads of Cumbria.' The book looks at the ancient tracks that criss-cross the county and once were used to carry the dead from remote villages to the 'mother' church. Not surprisingly, the Corpse Roads became associated with much folklore, legends and ghosts! Alan will separate the facts from the myths in his talk. Tickets 1 including refreshments.
  • 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.
  • Riverside Job Club at Longtown Library

    Longtown Library

    Join us for our weekly job club at Longtown Library for Riverside tenants. Their friendly and supportive Employment and Training advisor can help you to search for a job, investigate work experience and mentoring opportunities, get help with writing a CV and filling out job applications, and brush up on your interview techniques to help you find the job you really want. Tuesdays from 1.30-3.30pm.
  • PCSO Drop-in Session

    Carlisle Library

    Police Community Support Officers will be at Carlisle Library every Thursday between 3 and 5pm. If you have any concerns, issues or just want a quick chat, please drop-in to speak to the local PCSO.
  • Knitting and Crochet at Carlisle Library

    Carlisle Library

    Join us at Carlisle Library on Thursdays 1-3pm for a weekly knit and natter to show off your latest work or learn new skills. Beginners and experienced crafters welcome!
  • 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
  • PCSO Drop In Session

    Brampton Library

    Your Neighbourhood Community Police Officers will visit Brampton Library the 1st Monday of every month from 3:00pm - 4:00pm. If you have any concerns, issues or just want a quick chat please drop in to speak to the local PCSO.