Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Branch Opening & Closing Times for Christmas & New Year


Branch
Last Day Open
Closing Time
Re-open
Opening Time
Dunbar  (Bleachingfield)
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Wed, 4 Jan
9am
East Linton
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Thurs, 5 Jan
10am
Gullane
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Thurs, 5 Jan
2pm
Haddington (John Gray Centre)
Sat, 24 Dec
4pm
Wed, 4 Jan
10am
Longniddry
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Wed, 4 Jan
2pm
Musselburgh
Sat, 24 Dec
4pm
Wed, 4 Jan
10am
North Berwick
Sat, 24 Dec
4pm
Wed, 4 Jan
10am
Ormiston
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Wed, 4 Jan
2pm
Port Seton
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Thurs, 5 Jan
2pm
Prestonpans
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Wed 4 Jan
10am
Tranent (George Johnstone Centre)
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Wed, 4 Jan
10am
Wallyford
Sat, 24 Dec
1pm
Thurs, 5 Jan
2pm
Library & Museum HQ
Friday, 23 Dec
4pm
Wed, 4 Jan
8am

Friday, 11 November 2016

Book Week Scotland 2016

We have a fantastic programme lined up for you this year, with an all star cast! Nick Crane, co-presenter of Coast, TV vet Steve Leonard, crime writer James Oswald, hugely popular children's author Barry Hutchison; Peter Kerr, author of Snowball oranges, they'll all be beating a path to East Lothian to join us during Book Week.
The chance to meet Alexander McCall Smith for a literary lunch has already sold out but to make up for that disappointment we can offer a special deal on tickets for our Saltire Taste and Talk event at Colstoun House, near Haddington. Tickets are available from Haddington library for just £8.00 until 19th November, instead of the full price of £12.50. This is an incredible opportunity to meet Mary Contini, Sue Lawrence, Mark Greenaway, Christopher Trotter and Wendy Barrie - see the attached programme for full details. The event starts at 10.30am, finishing at 7.00pm and the one ticket provides admittance to all these sessions.
Book Week this year is from 21st to 27th November.
Book Week Scotland Brochure