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Public Library in Aleksandrow

Holidays with Spanish / Polish literature: a cooperation activity

The Public Libraries of Aleksandrow (Poland) and Viana (Spain) have developed a twinning activity this summer. Each library has prepared a center of interest with literature from the sister country, under the name of «Holidays with Spanish literature» and «Holidays… Seguir leyendo →

Sistership anniversary: Viana (Spain) and Aleksandrow (Poland) and their photo exhibition

This is one of the longest partnership within the program: Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada” (Spain) joined the program in January 2014. That very same year, Viana started 3 partnerships, with a Czech, a Croatian and a Polish library. The… Seguir leyendo →

Summer activity at Public Library of Aleksandrow (Poland) and Viana Public Library (Spain)

Sister libraries from Aleksandrow (Poland) and Viana (Spain) are conducting a new activity in common during this summer. It consists ona a reading campaign where a selection of  books of contemporary narrative from each country are promoted in the sister library: Spanish literature in… Seguir leyendo →

Bookface: New Activity from Sisters Public Libraries of Aleksandrow (Poland) and Viana Public Library (Spain)

Public Libraries of Aleksandrow and Viana have prepared a new activity for reading promotion in their libraries. It consists of an exhibition of pictures from their patrons. During May and June, the visitors of Public Libraries of Aleksandrow (Poland) and… Seguir leyendo →

New Activities from Sisters Viana Public Library (Spain) and Public Library in Aleksandrow (Poland)

Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada” has prepared some activities about Polish literature, in tribute to our Aleksandrow sister library. Last December 16, 2015, the manager of the Polish Institute of Culture in Madrid, Ernst Kowalczyk, came to Viana to give a lecture on contemporary Polish literature. Some high school students were encouraged to read the poems of Polish poetess Wislawa Szymborska, Nobel Prize of… Seguir leyendo →

New Activity from Sisters Viana Public Library (Spain) and Public Library in Aleksandrow (Poland)

Iñaki Suso,  from   Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada”  (Spain) has sent us some pictures they’ve made about the latest activity he’s developed in cooperation with one of his Sisters,  Public Library in Aleksandrow  (Poland). Let him explain this activity… Seguir leyendo →

Update from Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada"

Our colleague Iñaki Suso Espadas, from the Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada”  in Spain, sends us new information about improvements in the activity they are developing with one of their 3 sisters, Public Library in Aleksandrow (Poland):  an interest point (read more about… Seguir leyendo →

Polish Point in Viana Public Library (Spain)

Viana Public Library (Spain) has opened, in collaboration with Aleksandrow Public Library (Poland), a Polish Point where its patrons can easily access the resources the library has related to Poland. Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada” and Public Library in… Seguir leyendo →

Activities from Sisters Viana (Spain) & Aleksandrow (Poland)

Today we have news fromthe first sistership of 2014 between the the recently incorporated Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada”  (Spain) and Public Library in Aleksandrow  (Poland). Justyna Bździuch, from Aleksandrow, tells us about it:  I would like to inform that the Public Library in… Seguir leyendo →

New Sistership!: Viana Public Library (Spain) – Public Library in Aleksandrow (Poland)

2014 could not start better: the recently incorporated Viana Public Library “Francisco Navarro Villoslada”  (Spain) and Public Library in Aleksandrow  (Poland) have become sisters! It will be the second sister library for Aleksandrow, which is already sister to another library from Navarre… Seguir leyendo →

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