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Make sure you never miss out by joining our mailing list. Join us for an exciting hour of programming in Scratch. This illustrated talk which includes music from Paul Anderson is sure to give you a 'new perspective' on the local area. To book call, 01224 723015 or email Dyce [email protected] Social enterprise is a global phenomenon, in which Scotland is widely recognised as leading the world. 01224 652500 or email Library [email protected] Join us for Valentine’s Day-themed story and crafts sessions at the following libraries. To book, contact: Cornhill: 01224 696209 or email Cornhill [email protected] Culter: 01224 732587 or email Culter [email protected] Cults: 01224 868346 or email Cults [email protected] This film award season join our Information Librarian to explore iconic BAFTA winning films and nominees of the last 70 years. To book, contact Children’s Library on 01224 652507 or email Childrens [email protected] A 12 week coding club programme of Scratch 1 and 2, every Tuesday at 3.30pm. Join us to hear Andy discuss what it took to create the book which includes truly captivating images as varied as sunrise at Cruden Bay to the lights of Union Street from a unique angle.

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There'll also be the opportunity to create your own special effects. Join us as Christopher Fleet, Map curator at the National Library of Scotland (NLS), will look at the main maps of Aberdeen over the last 400 years, from James Gordon's stunning map of the 1661 to today's digital mapping.

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In this hour-long workshop she'll help aspiring young writers explore their creativity and look at how to develop an idea. To book visit Aberdeen Performing Arts or call Aberdeen Performing Arts on 01224 641122.

She'll cover characterisation, point of view, and pace. Poet, playwright, novelist, and former Edinburgh Makar Ron Butlin unveils this rollicking rollercoaster of a novel, packed with adventure and adversity.

To reserve a place, please contact Aberdeen City Libraries on 01224 652500 or email Library [email protected] Aberdeen City Libraries are delighted to welcome the return of Granite Noir, Aberdeen's crime writing festival, with a whole host of author conversations and writing workshops taking place at Central Library.

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