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Quiet Hour
  • Fulwood Library
  • Every Thursday (09:00 AM to 10:00 AM) between 23/09/2021 and 30/06/2022

Browse the books, sit and read a story, or use our public computers and free Wi-Fi as normal - with a little less noise than usual.

Quiet Hour
  • Kingsfold Library
  • Every Thursday (10:00 AM to 11:00 AM) between 23/09/2021 and 30/06/2022

Browse the books, sit and read a story, or use our public computers and free Wi-Fi as normal - with a little less noise than usual.

Quiet Hour
  • Ingol Library
  • Every Thursday (11:00 AM to 12:00 PM) between 23/09/2021 and 30/06/2022
Sarah-Joy Ford - Oranges are not the only fruit
  • Accrington Library
  • Daily (09:00 AM to 17:00 PM) between 01/10/2021 and 02/10/2021

An exhibition as part of the 2021 British Textile Biennial.

Baby Bounce and Rhyme
  • Kingsfold Library
  • Every Friday (10:30 AM to 11:00 AM) between 01/10/2021 and 30/06/2022

Songs and rhymes for babies and children under 18 months

Haslingden Library Fun Palace
  • Haslingden Library
  • Friday 01/10/2021 (10:30 AM to 15:30 PM)

Fun Palaces are an annual festival of creativity within the community.
During Fun Palace weekend, 1 to 3 October, local venues provide free cultural activities for all the family.

Baby Bounce and Rhyme
  • Rawtenstall Library
  • Every Friday (10:45 AM to 11:00 AM) between 01/10/2021 and 01/04/2022

Songs and rhymes for babies and children under 18 months.

James Fox - Rights, Riots and Routes
  • Helmshore Mills Textile Museum
  • Every Friday (12:00 PM to 16:00 PM) between 01/10/2021 and 31/10/2021

The tension between the industrialisation of cotton manufacturing and traditional cottage industry is the starting point for James Fox’s new work that explores the history of protest and punishment via the Lancashire loombreaker riots of 1826.

Raisa Kabir - Resistances
  • Queen St Mill Textile Museum
  • Every Friday (12:00 PM to 16:30 PM) between 01/10/2021 and 31/10/2021

Raisa Kabir presents work at Queen Street Mill as a continuation of her Art in Manufacturing residency, commissioned by The National Festival of Making and the Textile Biennial in 2019.

Reetu Sattar Shabnam
  • Queen St Mill Textile Museum
  • Every Friday (12:00 PM to 16:30 PM) between 01/10/2021 and 31/10/2021