Book Week Scotland are encouraging reading for enjoyment with their annual week-long celebration of reading and books. This year the event takes place from Monday 24 – Sunday 30 November 2014. Venues throughout Scotland will be joined by authors, poets, playwrights, storytellers and illustrators all helping to bring a packed programme of events and projects to life.
Musselburgh Library have produced a Treasure Train activity sheet that asks everybody to fill in a few details about their favouite books. All the returned sheets will be displayed in Musselburgh Library.
Find out more about this exciting annual event at the Book Week Scotland website.
Please feel free to print out the Treasure Train file and hand in the finished sheet to Musselburgh Library.
This superb mural, created by many of Pinkie St. Peter’s pupils, was unveiled today at Pinkie Farm Convenience Store. The mural depicts many scenes from local history. This fine artwork certainly brightens up the entrance for all visitors to the shop and highlights the artistic skills of Pinkie pupils.
The National Youth Choir of Scotland (NYCoS) are looking for new members for their various choirs. The choirs are for boys aged 10-16 with both changed and unchanged voices. Previous performances by the Choir have included BBC Proms in the Park, Edinburgh International Festival and Aberdeen International Youth Festival, as well as BBC TV and radio broadcasts.
Further information and application forms can be found on the NYCoS website : www.nycos.co.uk