This page lists special events in Cornwall Libraries and One Stop Shops. Events listed on this page are free, unless otherwise stated.
Please see your local library pages for regular events and activites in a library near you.
- Throughout February there will be a vibrant display of Aboriginal inspired animal artwork on display in St Agnes Library.
- The images have been kindly lent by St. Agnes School whose pupils used a combination of batik and ink to create them.
Harry Potter Book Night
Thursday 5 February
- Thursday 5 February (1pm-5pm) in St Columb Library. You are welcome to come in and could be dressed as any character from Harry Potter and have some fun.
- All welcome whether you are Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Slytherin or even death eater!!
National Libraries Day
Saturday 7 February
- Join us in St Columb Library (10am-1pm) on 7 February. We are promoting all the services on offer to people of the community from both the library, Cornwall council and local services.
- We are encouraging people to attend and discuss their needs with various service providers.
Friday 20 February
- Guest speaker on 20 February meeting of the Forum/Workshop Dr Gerald Hull will be holding a seminar ‘Seven Ways of Looking – The Art and Craft of Poetry’ in St Ives library.
- This event is free and all are welcome.
Open sessions in digital editing suite
- Wednesday's 2pm-4pm in Truro Community Library (digital editing suite is on the first floor)
- Drop in and try the Macs - help with software available
- No fees but you must have your own library card
- St Ives Library has launched a Lego club. If you have any unwanted Lego at home, all donations of unwanted Lego would be gratefully received. The lego club is free to all primary school aged children, but places are very limited, so please contact the St Ives library to sign up in advance to ensure a place.
Six Book Challenge
If you're thinking about improving your reading or would like to read more, then the Six Book Challenge is for you. You are invited to choose six reads, review them and enter prize draws. Run by The Reading Agency to build your reading confidence and literacy skills. Just ask about the six book challenge in your local library.