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Giffnock Library - East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust

Giffnock Library

At Giffnock Library you'll find everything you're looking for. If we've not got what you want - just ask a member of staff and we'll do our very best to get it for you. 

We've got Bookbug and storytimes and holiday fun for our youngest members. Free wifi, 13 public computers and a dedicated local and family history centre

Giffnock Library also boasts great spaces available to hire for meetings, groups or even birthday parties! Halls and Venues will give you all the details you need to hire a space just right for you.

WHAT'S ON:

adult craft Get crafty at these monthly taster sessions. Each month a new craft will be introduced for you to try including marbling, decoupage, card making, painted plant pots and ceramics. Sessions are very informal and relaxed and no artistic experience is necessary, just come along and have lots of fun trying.

January- June on the last Thursday of the month. January's session takes place on 25th.

Contact Giffnock library for details and to book your place. 10.30am-12 noon 16 years + Each session is £4.00


share a song The adult singing group is back by popular demand. Enjoy a good old sing-along and 'gie it laldy'. Fill the library with the sound of music with old favourites including Jeanie McColl, Elvis and Tom Jones. Everyone is most welcome to join in and enjoy a refreshing, well deserved cuppa afterwards. It really is an uplifting, fun hour.

Weekly from Tuesday 16 January- Tuesday 6 March. 2.15pm-3.15pm. No need to book, just come along.


Read Relax Join us for an informal and relaxed exploration of extracts and poetry to bring a sense of wellness from reading. Sit back and listen as staff read aloud specially selected pieces and join in if you want to. A great way to read, relax and refresh. Places are limited so call the library to register your place 0141 577 4976.

Weekly from Tuesday 16 January- Tuesday 20 February. 10.30am- 12 noon. Refreshments provided.

 

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