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The Reading Challenge at City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia)

Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Korčula Town, the City Library “Ivan Vidali” serves as a cultural haven for just over 5500 inhabitants. Boasting a diverse collection of books, from timeless classics to contemporary gems, the library caters to… Continue Reading →

Migrate to Library! A cooperation project funded by the European Comission

Arucas Municipal Library was the first library in Canary Islands (Spain) to join a European project:  LIBRARY. I LOVE IT! (2013-2015) Under the the Grundtvig program of the European Commission, it received a grant of 17.000 euros. In the project, libraries… Continue Reading →

Sharing Carnival Traditions in Arucas and Korčula

Last month, Arucas Municipal Library (Spain) and Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia) held their third Skype meeting between the children from Arucas and Korčula. Our libraries have been Sister Libraries from March 2014 and have so far had excellent collaboration on… Continue Reading →

Strengthening the sistership, a video released by Sisters Arucas Municipal Library (Spain) and Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia)

Arucas Municipal Library (Spain) Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia) have created a video to disseminate the activities they develop together, as a result of their sistership. The title of the video is Strengthening the sistership and you can watch… Continue Reading →

Strenghtening the Sistership: a series of activities between Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia) and Arucas Municipal Library (Spain)

Sister libraries from Arucas and Korčula have taken a series of mutual joint activities on drawing closer together Croatian and Canarian children. After first letters of friendship and realized acquaintances, after setting up Skype connection due to library mediation, children… Continue Reading →

Sister Libraries and Skype: a new activity from Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia) and Arucas Municipal Library (Spain)

A new activity from  Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia)  and its sister, Arucas Municipal Library (Spain): On the 16th of June 2015 Korčula Library provided direct link via Skype between children from Korčula City and children from Arucas – Gran Canaria. Children… Continue Reading →

Activities from sisters Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia) and Arucas Municipal Library (Spain)

Librarians from Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia) send us some news about cooperation with their sister Arucas Municipal Library (Spain) in the framework of the international meeting of librarians in Korcula. These libraries became sisters last 26 March 20014, one of the latest agreements of… Continue Reading →

New Sistership!: Arucas Municipal Library (Spain) – Korčula City Library “Ivan Vidali” (Croatia)

Spring is coming to Sister Libraries, bringing the blooming of new sisterships : if last week we announced the sistership between  Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada” and Novigrad-Cittanova Public Library, today Loly León from Arucas Municipal Library  has just announced a new sistership, between this library and Korčula City… Continue Reading →

NAPLE Sister Libraries Day at Arucas Municipal Library (Spain)

Remember  Arucas Municipal Library  ‘s postcard? We showed it to you some days ago here. We have now have some pictures of what the actual celebration was like last 13 September on NAPLE Sister Libraries Day! Related Articles NAPLESisLib Day! Postcard from… Continue Reading →

NAPLESisLib Day! Postcard from Arucas Municipal Library (Spain)

Another postcard today for our NAPLE Sister Libraries Day,which we will celebrate next 13 September! This time the postcard comes from Arucas Municipal Library  (Spain). It is sister library to the Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie (Poland). Related Articles NAPLE Sister Libraries… Continue Reading →

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