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New sistership! Carlow County Library Service (Ireland) and Šiauliai City Municipality Public Library (Lithuania)

Carlow County Library Service (Ireland) and Siauliai City Municipality Public Library (Lithuania) have signed a Cooperation agreement between both libraries . The libraries agree to cooperate with the objetive of strengthening the professional bonds and work together for a quality… Seguir leyendo →

New sisterships! Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public (Lithuania) connects with 2 Finnish libraries

Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library (Lithuania) connected with two Finnish public libraries in NAPLE Sister Libraries program. The partnership was established with Pyhäjoki Municipal Library and Kuusamo City Library. The libraries defined the grounds of the cooperation: exchange of… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Public Library in Piekary Slaskie (Poland) – Huesca Municipal Libraries (Spain)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program, the first one in 2020: Public Library in Piekary Slaskie (Poland) is now connected with Huesca Municipal Libraries (Spain) Surely this will be a very fruitful partnership. With… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Nice Municipal Libraries (France) and Public Library in Piekary Slaskie (Poland)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program: Nice Municipal Libraries (France), our last incorporation in the program, is now connected with Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie (Poland). In the agreement they’ve signed, they define… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Edinburgh City Libraries (Scotland) – Iisalmi City Library (Finland)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program: Edinburgh City Libraries (Scotland) is now connected with Iisalmi City Library (Finland). They’ve connected via Skype to discuss the activities they’ll be developing in cooperation. With this new… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Public library of Panevezys (Lithuania) – Huesca Municipal Libraries (Spain)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program: Panevėžys County Library Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė  (Lithuania) is now connected with Huesca Municipal Libraries (Spain). Panevėžys County Library is he last Lithuanian library to join the program, and Huesca Municipal… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Public library Ánxel Casal at Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and Public Library “Viktor Car Emin” (Croatia)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program: Public library Ánxel Casal at Santiago de Compostela (Spain) joined the program only a couple of weeks ago, and they have connected with Public Library “Viktor Car Emin”… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Castropol Public Library “Menéndez Pelayo” (Spain) and Prelog Municipal Library (Croatia)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program: Castropol Public Library “Menéndez Pelayo” (Spain) is now connected with Prelog Municipal Library (Croatia). Castropol Public Library was the last library to join the program, we announced their… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie  (Poland) and Klaipėda County I. Simonaitytė Public Library (Lithuania)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program: Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie  (Poland) is now connected with Klaipėda County I. Simonaitytė Public Library (Lithuania). Piekary Slaskie is one of the oldest and most active… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership! Illescas Municipal Library (Spain) and Škofja Loka Public Library Ivan Tavčar (Slovenia)

We are happy to announce a new sistership in the program: Illescas Municipal Library (Spain), one of the last incorporations has contacted a very active library in the program:  Škofja Loka Public Library Ivan Tavčar from Slovenia. As a first activity, they’re going to exchange… Seguir leyendo →

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