Participatory Story Café
- THIS EVENT HAS EXPIRED
- Dates and times
- 17th Nov 2023
This year’s Book Week Scotland celebrations are all about sharing Scotland’s stories of adventure- big and small. For some people our greatest adventures are those inextricably linked to when were young and our memories of those have a special place in our hearts. For others connecting with nature through exciting activities or discovering new landscapes with friends and family provide opportunities for adventure which recharge and inspire.
Join library staff at Milton Library to listen to some short stories, poems and musings on the theme of adventure and share some of your own in our lively fun Story Café session.
Tea, Coffee, and biscuits included.
We have 2 accessible toilets situated to the left of the main entrance.
Our library offers this service at reception.
Photography and video recording
On occasion, filming and photography may take place in the venue.
Milton means “town with the mill” and there are over 55 Miltons in Scotland. Milton Parish was first established in May 1836 and it was also the name used for part of north Glasgow for civil registration purposes on birth, marriage and death certificates from 1855 until approx. 1900.
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