Expect the unexpected: Emily's Dispatches from the Library
One of the great things about Leith Library is that it's not just a great place to pick up a few good books to get you through a cold (and possibly snow-bound) evening - it's also a hub of community activity and action.
The new year sees people learning some new skills for the 21st century and getting advice from expert volunteers at a Social Media Surgery on Monday 21st January from 5.30-7.30 pm - read more about it and register on Leith Library's blog.
Check the blog to see what's been happening in Leith Library this week, you can also follow Emily on twitter.
Our Readers in Residence are in place within five library authorities across Scotland, working directly with libraries to help build reading communities. Each Reader works in tandem with a host library, encouraging local communities to get involved with the library and to enjoy reading for pleasure.
Our Readers in Residence are as follows:
Alison Miller is in residence in Orkney Library. Read Alison’s blog here.
Magi Gibson is in residence at the Glasgow Women’s Library. Read Magi’s blog here.
Emily Dodd is in residence at Leith Library, Edinburgh. Read Emily’s blog here.
Drew Campbell is in residence at East Renfrewshire Libraries.
Deborah Leslie is in residence at Aberdeenshire Libraries. Read Deborah’s blog here.