Summer book buzz at Kildare libraries

The Mayors of the various councils including Kildare join forces for the Summer Buzz programme.
The Summer holidays are here and if you’ve already heard “I’m bored” reverberating in your eardrums, then it’s time to head to your local library.

The Summer holidays are here and if you’ve already heard “I’m bored” reverberating in your eardrums, then it’s time to head to your local library.

“Libraries are buzzing with great books”, declares Kildare County Council.

“ Kildare Library Service invites children around the county to join the Summer Reading Buzz for 2013, Visit your local library and join the new Summer Reading Buzz. You will receive a Buzz membership card. Each time you read a book from the library you will get a special bee stamp on the card. When you get ten stamps on your card, by the end of the summer, you will receive a medal and a certificate. There will be other goodies to collect along the way too!,” it explains.

The Summer Reading Buzz is also taking place in County Council libraries at South Dublin, Fingal, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, Dublin City and Longford.

“We are ‘Going places with books’ this summer – why not join us?,” adds the council spokesperson.

Other events taking place in the libraries over the coming weeks include an X-Box Karaoke in Leixlip Library tomorrow July 10 and 11.

The North Kildare Beekeepers Association is giving a talk in Leixlip Library on July 11.

The Youth Advocate Programme Photographic Exhibition takes place at Naas Library from July 10. Comic Jam with Philip Barrett, Illustrator is listed for Leixlip Library on July 12. The “Bewitching Beads” Workshop will be hosted by Naas Library on July 15.

There will be a North Kildare Beekeepers Talk For Children In Naas Library on July 16 July.

On July 17, there will be a Paint A Bee Workshop in Naas.

A Drama Workshop takes place in Naas Library on July 22.

Storytime with Carmel is held at Kildare Town Library every Friday.

There are a huge number of events and activities planned right across the county. For further information on what your local branch log on to www.kildare.ie/library.

- Niamh O’Donoghue