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Inverness Public Library was built as a school, Bell’s Institution in 1841. It ceased to be a school in 1937 and functioned as a courthouse, police station and theatre before becoming a public library in 1980. Customers have access to the lending library and reference room. Regular activities, exhibitions and author visits.
Bookbug sessions for babies and toddlers (0 – 3 years) are held every Tuesday, Thursday (term time only) and Saturday from 11:00 – 11:30. They are free, fun, informal sessions with trained staff incorporating rhymes, songs, music and stories for children and their parents / carers to share and enjoy together.
Please contact Inverness Library to register your interest in Gaelic Bookbug.
Inverness Library Lego Club, Wednesdays 16:00 to 17:00.
Highland Libraries hold a number of Special reference Collections which represent the unique collections of notable people, the rich culture and history of the Highlands, its places and traditions.
SLIC #PhotoFriday at Inverness Library
Inverness Library hold regular events for children such as BookBug and Lego Club, as well as partnership events – anything from a flint knapping workshop to the Jacobite collection discoveries! #PhotoFriday @hlhsocial pic.twitter.com/ocwqqvoL82
— SLIC (@SLIC1991) February 23, 2018