Activities for children in SLLC libraries
There are dozens of ways to enjoy books and reading with the Library Service of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture. With fun events and activities for children of all ages to help build literacy, confidence, communication and social skills, you can give your kids a head start.
Whether it’s Little Steps for Little People, you can keep your tots jolly with crafts, Bookbug sessions and story times. There are after school and weekend clubs for school-age children too. Your child will be learning and having fun at the same time.
You can even make your child’s birthday one to remember by booking a party with us! Choose your theme – Pirates, Princesses or Teddy Bears. Whichever you choose, it will be a birthday they’ll never forget!
Kids can join one of our phenomenally popular Minecraft clubs, or come along to our great seasonal events like Halloween parties and Christmas crafts - not forgetting our awesome summer events programme!
Remember – You can use your ACE membership in libraries too!
Children’s events and activities in Libraries are listed below. To find the event or activity which suits you or your children, use one of these options:
- Hover over the name of an activity and you’ll see a description in a pop-up box
- Scroll through the list of events and activities to find the one you’re looking for
- Change the ‘day’ to see daily listings
- Select ‘ALL’ to see the full weekly list
- If you are looking for a particular library, just click on the drop-down list and select the one you want
- You can combine the library and the activity together by clicking on the ‘filter’ button on the top right
You can book an activity by contacting your nearest library.
What is Bookbug?
Discover what Bookbug is and how it can enhance you and your childs life, by watching this short video from the Scottish Book Trust.
It’s no secret, children who make the most of their lives are users of libraries - It’s a proven fact!