Stockton Library is hosting a number of online events to keep you entertained during this Easter break.

Monday 29 March, 7.30pm

‘Enid Blyton’ 10 Question Quiz

Think you know a lot about Enid Blyton? Let’s see! Take us up on our 10 question quiz.

Tuesday 30 March, 1pm

‘Recommended Reads’ book review

Looking for good books to read? Library staff have been reviewing books that have made them laugh and cry. Why not give our recommended reads a go?

Tuesday 30 March, 7pm

‘More People to Love Me’ Online Bedtime Story

Have you got you PJ’s on? Then let’s snuggle down and listen to a bedtime story with Stockton Libraries

Wednesday 31 March, 10am

Photo Memories Hour

Each week our online Local and Family History group host a ‘Photo Memories’ hour, join the group and take a trip down memory lane with archive images from the popular Picture Stockton website. Suggestions, contributions and recollections welcome!

Wednesday 31 March, 1.30pm

Rhymetime with Stockton Libraries

Rhymetime sessions at our libraries were always popular and we are delighted to bringing a fun and lively 20 minute session online, starting from Wednesday 31 March.

Sessions will be held via Microsoft Teams and booking is via Eventbrite: Suitable for families with children under 5

Thursday 1 April, 11am

Places in Pieces

There’s no beating the classic jigsaw puzzle! Partake in this favourite pastime digitally and piece together local history images from the popular Picture Stockton website.

Thursday 1 April, 7pm

‘All You Need is Love’ Online Bedtime Story

Have you got you PJ’s on? Then let’s snuggle down and listen to a bedtime story with Stockton Libraries.

Friday 2 April, 8am

Quote of the Day

You know the ones – those quotes that give you “Aha!” moments… We share one a week for a bit of inspiration and encouragement, along with a link to our eBook and eAudio collection where we’ve selected books to help you manage your health and wellbeing.

Friday 2 April, 12pm

The Tinderbox by Hans Christian Andersen

We are celebrating the birthday of Hans Christian Andersen this International Children’s Book Day. Listen as Thornaby Central Library’s Ivan re-tells ‘The Tinderbox’ a literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a soldier who acquires a magic tinderbox capable of summoning three powerful dogs to do his bidding.

Saturday 2 April, 2pm

Make and Create: Easter Basket Craft’

Get ready for Easter with our Make and Create Easter basket craft – a great way to collect and keep your Easter eggs safe, especially from Easter bunnies…

Also check our YouTube channel for an extra special Make and Create Easter treat featuring the Easter bunny and make a special card for your loved ones



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