Posts Tagged ‘workshop’

Songbook Choose a book…write a song

March 7, 2016

Social Media Image.jpgFree song writing workshop with Rock ‘n’ Role Models at your local library!

Songbook – Choose a book…write a song

Using books from the library as inspiration, we will show you how to create original songs. It’s fun, creative and allows you to use your imagination in new and exciting ways. In each session you will find books by different authors in different styles to develop verses and choruses using simple techniques.

Surprise yourself with your songwriting creativity!

If you are between 12 & 18 years and interested in books, music, singing, poetry then these songwriting sessions are for you. You don’t need to play an instrument, but if you do bring it along.

Prestwick Library, 14 Kyle Street, Prestwick Tel: 01292 476769

Monday 21st March 4.30pm – 6pm
Monday 4th April 11am – 1pm
Wednesday 6th April 11am – 1pm

Troon Library 5 South Beach, Troon Tel: 01292 315352

Tuesday 29th March 4.30pm – 6.00pm
Monday 4th April 2pm – 4pm
Wednesday 6th April 2pm – 4pm

Kilwinning Library, St Winnings Lane Kilwinning Tel: 01294 554699

Tuesday 22nd March 4pm – 5.30pm
Tuesday 5th April 11am – 1pm
Thursday 7th April 11am – 1pm

Kilbirnie Library, Avils Place, Kilbirnie Tel: 01505 684218

Thursday 24th March 4pm – 5.30pm
Tuesday 5th April 2pm – 4pm
Thursday 7th April 2pm – 4pm

West Kilbride, Halfway Street, West Kilbride Tel: 01294 822987

Friday 8th April 2.30pm – 4.30pm
Friday 15th April 10.30am – 12.30pm

To book your free place speak to staff at participating libraries or go to www.rocknrolemodels.co.uk

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Dogs Trust Storytelling Workshop at Troon Library

March 19, 2015

dogstrustJoin Alison and Alfie the dog in an exciting interactive storytelling workshop focusing on responsible dog ownership and Dogs Trust. Lots of fun doggy interaction and information.

Thursday 9 April, 2015, 11am – 11.45am

For ages 5 and over. Places limited, booking is essential.

Troon Library, 5 South Beach, Troon KA10 6EF  Tel: 01292 315352

Dyslexia Friendly Schools Exhibition

March 1, 2013

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Carnegie Library, February 27 until March 22 2013

An exhibition promoting dyslexia friendly schools is currently on display in the non fiction lending area of the Carnegie Library, Ayr. South Ayrshire school children have been hard at work creating imaginative and colourful posters to help raise awareness of dyslexia in the classroom.

In dyslexia friendly schools the focus has changed from establishing what is wrong with the child in order to make the child ‘better’, to what is right in the classroom, in order to enhance the effectiveness of learning.

Dyslexia Friendly Schools should ensure that:

  • Parents are given clear early notice of any school concerns
  • Parents’ concerns are respected and acknowledged
  • Information from parents contributes to the young person’s literacy profile
  • Workshops are available for parents to help them support their young person’s learning

If you would like more information please contact: Margaret.Crankshaw@south–ayrshire.gov.uk

Come along to our workshop:

Dyslexia Friendly Workshop
Tuesday 19 March 2013 at Carnegie Library, Ayr
6pm – 7pm

If you would like to join us please contact our Children’s Librarian to make a booking, by phone 01292 272247 or by email Ailsa.McInnes@south-ayrshire.gov.uk

Murder Mystery Writing Workshop

May 24, 2012

Crime Writing Month Logo

with Debby Broughton-Hay from Ayr Writers’ Club

This event is must for anyone interested in writing crime drama, crime fiction or a ‘who dunnit’.

Tuesday 12th June, Troon Library, 2-4pm
Wednesday 13th June, Carnegie Library, 7-9pm

Tickets £3, refreshments provided. 

For more information and tickets:
Carnegie Library, 12 Main Street, Ayr KA8 8EB
t: 01292 286385 or e: carnegie.library@south-ayrshire.gov.uk

Troon Library, 5 South Beach, Troon KA10 6EF
t: 01292 315352 or e: troon.library@south-ayrshire.gov.uk

This event is part of our library National Crime Writing Month celebrations.