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Sister libraries from Lithuania, Poland, Finland and Spain shared their experience in non-formal adult education

Adult visitors today discover many exciting activities in the libraries, both for learning andleisure. About these opportunities on the 21 st of April, 2022 Lithuanian public libraries of Panevėžys region and several European public libraries were invited to share their… Seguir leyendo →

Children create stories based on a silent (Panevėžys Elena Mezginaitė Public library (Lithuania))

Panevėžys Elena Mezginaitė public library staff participated in storytelling training and brought that experience to their colleagues and applied it to their professional activities.  We know that storytelling is the social and cultural activity of sharing stories, sometimes with improvisation,… Seguir leyendo →

Celebrating long term sistership and national holidays of both countries by exchanging exhibitions (Lithuania/Slovenia)

Lithuania’s Panevezys district municipality public library and Slovenia’s Škofja Loka Ivan Tavčar public library have been sisters for seven years. Once a year, usually in February, when both nations celebrate national holidays,  the two libraries exchange exhibitions, which are meant… Seguir leyendo →

Seniors Crafts Club in Šiauliai City Municipality Public Library has been operating for 10 years already! (Lithuania)

A group of seniors who have been engaged in handicrafts in the Reference Department of Šiauliai City Municipality Public Library since 2012, has grown into a club and is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. In order to commemorate the… Seguir leyendo →

Sister libraries in Huesca (Spain) and Panevėžys (Lithuania) cultivate culture

Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library (Lithuania) hosts an exhibition from Huesca Art School (Spain). The exhibition «Cultivate Culture“ was created by Sheila Armañac, Izarbe Ciprés, Lucía Diez, Rodrigo Gutiérrez and Claudia Leal, students of Advertising Graphics and lead by… Seguir leyendo →

Interview: «The key to success of the women’s empowerment project: if I don’t believe in it, it won’t work, but if I do- it is already half of success”

When the door of the library opens, the natural association is – books! But libraries are closer to us and closer to the communities than we can imagine. The word “community” is strange as it seems that everyone belongs to… Seguir leyendo →

Christmas letters-assistants from Panevezys Elena Mezginaite Public Library (Lithuania)

Letters always help those who can not meet Santa face to face. The staff of Smėlynė Library ( one of the branches of Panevezys Elena Mezginaite public library) was preparing for the festive period and invited their friends from Panevezys… Seguir leyendo →

Family Christmas Fair in the Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library (Lithuania)

We share moments from the Christmas fair held in the library, which was organized by Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library  in cooperation with the community «Mamos, varom kavos» (Eng.  “Mothers, Let’s Have Coffee”). During the fair, handicrafts created by… Seguir leyendo →

Christmas campaign is going-on in Panevezys Elena Mezginaite Public Library (Lithuania)

In early December, the Children’s Literature Department Žalioji pelėda (Panevezys Elena Mezginaite Public Library) invited children to listen to Christmas stories and participate in creative workshops. Every day we get a new group of children who want to hear wonderful… Seguir leyendo →

Nordic Literature Week 2021 at Children Literature Department «Žalioji pelėda“ (Panevezys Elena Mezginaite Public library)(Lithuania)

The Nordic Literature Week is a read-aloud event, where the same Nordic literature related to a chosen theme is read out loud at the same time across the Nordic and Baltic countries. In November, when it is the darkest time… Seguir leyendo →

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