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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.
Look out for up coming activities on the library notice boards and Facebook page.
Bookbug sessions for babies and toddlers (0 – 3 years) are held every Tuesday, Thursday 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 confirm dates for the next Gaelic Bookbug.
Inverness Library Lego Club, Wednesdays 16:00 – 17:00.
Inverness Library supports several reading groups which meet regularly. Please contact us for more information.
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