Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Tranent library

Tranent library is closed at the moment but will be opening it's doors in the brand new George Johnstone Centre, Winton Place on Monday, 1st October at 9.30am. As well as the services you are used to - computers, photocopier, free wifi, music cds and the latest dvds - there will also be a coffee machine and a community room available to hire. The local area office and housing department will also situated in the same building.

Scottish Youth Theatre

Scottish Youth Theatre presents Rashiecoats, at the John Gray Centre, Haddington, this Saturday, 29th September, at 11.00am. Tickets available from the library, £2.00 per child - 7 years and under - accompanying adults are free.

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Closed for the holiday weekend

Don't forget that all our libraries are closed for the holiday weekend, Friday 14th to Monday 17th September. However you can still visit the John Gray Centre in Haddington. The museum will be open as normal: Friday 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 1pm-4pm; Mon 10am-5pm.
The Archive will be closed for the holiday weekend with the exception of Sunday 16th September, when it's open from 10am-1.30pm for Open Doors Day - come along and see behind the scenes.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

E-Audio App

If you are using the OneClick downloadable audiobook service you might want to try it via your Android mobile phone. 

There is now a new OneClick digital Android App available on the GooglePlay store https://play.google.com/store/search?q=oneclickdigital

If you are using an iPad or an iPhone, the App is available from

http://eastlothian.oneclickdigital.eu/
  There are further instructions below   http://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/info/200234/download_audio_books/512/computers_in_libraries/2   Please note, that you'll need to have a library membership number and also be registered with the OneClick service to make use of the Apps.  

Monday, 10 September 2012

Launch of new book

Looking forward to welcoming Marie MacPherson to the Star room in the John Gray Centre, Haddington, tomorrow evening (Tuesday 11th September) at 7.00pm, for the launch of her new book.


Marie's debut novel, The Blast of the Trumpet, is centred around Hailes Castle, St Mary’s and John Knox. This is the first part of a planned trilogy. Wine and light refreshments, as well as period music from Shatter’d Consort will be on offer. Free event.