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Spring into space in February and March

Library events

February half term sees racing rockets and fantastic flying saucers visit your libraries, along with story and craft sessions.

You can also get involved with free amazing family learning opportunities including finger knitting, spring cupcakes and fabric flower branches, but you will need to book online for some events.

Plus look out for: 

  • Bonkers Balloon Show – a science show full of thrills and spills, pops and bangs - highly interactive. For all the family at The Curve. Please book in advance. Tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for children or £24 for a family of 4.
  • Ugly Animal Roadshow – why should pandas get all the praise? In honour of all the more disgusting creatures of the animal kingdom. Tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for children or £24 for a family of 4. Book in advance to avoid disappointment. Wed 15 February, 12.30-1.30pm at The Curve and 3-4pm at Cippenham Library. For children aged 5 and over.
  • Pop Up Planetarium with Kinetic Adventure at The Curve Travel through space without going outdoors. There will be a range of sessions all day on Saturday 11 March to celebration National Science and Technology Week. Book in advance to avoid disappointment. For children aged 5 and over. Tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for children or £24 for a family of 4.

Book online.

Celebrate books, poetry and storytelling

Story time

Is your school celebrating World Book Day? Pop down to Cippenham and Langley libraries on Saturday 25 February or visit on Tuesday 28 February in The Curve and Britwell Library and make a mask of a book character for your costume.

Do your children love creating stories and poems? Join in creative writing sessions with Explore Learning for World Storytelling Day celebrations during the week of Monday 20 March at all our libraries.

For further details visit the library website

Empoword for World Poetry Day

EmpowordEmpoword is back at The Curve for another amazing evening of live poetry performance on Tuesday 21 March, from 6 - 7.30pm. Visit for some brilliant local poets sharing their poems.

If you want to find out what it’s like – we captured videos of many of their performances on our Facebook page when they visited in October or pop into their regular sessions in the Queensmere YES shop on the first Saturday of the month.

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