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Tue
25
Feb

Toddler Time Count and Rhyme (Recommended for 18 months – 4 years)

Share songs, stories and counting rhymes, props, pop-ups and musical instruments, at these fun-packed toddler sessions designed to get your little one singing, dancing, playing and learning. The sessions are held weekly and there is no need to book…

Tue
25
Feb

Ladies That Bus! Writing Workshop

Ladies that Bus is a new comedy which will be performed at Oldham Coliseum Theatre on Wednesday 26 February. This 90 minute workshop, led by Joyce Branagh, will share the research behind Ladies That Bus, and participants will be encouraged to write…

Wed
26
Feb

Digital Drop In - Oldham Library

Got a new gadget?  Problem with an old gadget?  Let us help.

Bring your device (with cables and chargers please) to one of our digital drop ins. A chance to get help with your basic IT questions. Bring in your device for advice and tips.

Thu
27
Feb

Baby Yoga FREE Taster session with Tiny Toes Therapy

Baby Yoga poses and stretches will aid your babies digestion, constipation and help relieve gas and colic.  Baby yoga includes lots of playful songs, activities for baby and parent (gentle postnatal exercise), and the use of musical instruments…

Thu
27
Feb

Baby Massage FREE Taster session with Tiny Toes Therapy

Baby Massage is a lovely way to enjoy time with your baby and it can also help you bond with them. Massage can soothe your baby and help your baby to sleep. Massage has many added benefits for your baby including improving weight gain, aiding…

Fri
28
Feb

Bumps and Babies Rhymetime (Recommended for pre-natal – 18 months)

Enjoy songs, stories and rhymes, sensory play and musical instruments at these free weekly sessions recommended for bumps and babies aged up to 18 months. Get together with other parents and carers, and gain the valuable skills to help your baby…

Sat
29
Feb

The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps

After the windswept double funeral of his parents, 7-year-old Crispin (or Crispin de Quincy de Faversham Clumps to give him his full name) inherits his ancestral home – Raddlesham Mumps. He finds himself in a huge empty house with only an ancient…

Sat
29
Feb

The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps

After the windswept double funeral of his parents, 7-year-old Crispin (or Crispin de Quincy de Faversham Clumps to give him his full name) inherits his ancestral home – Raddlesham Mumps. He finds himself in a huge empty house with only an ancient…

Mon
02
Mar

Online Basics

Our friendly library staff will help you out whatever stage you are on your digital journey. From the very basics of how to use a mouse & keyboard, to such topics as jobseeking, e-safety, online banking and more! We offer these sessions at the…

Mon
02
Mar

Arabic Translation Service

Interpreting and translating Arabic to English and English to Arabic. This service supports library users who have difficulty understanding English. Its aim is to provide help and support for them to feel welcome in our community and to access…

Mon
02
Mar

Baby Bistro Infant Feeding Group

Come along and join our experienced breastfeeding peer supporters and meet other new mums. All welcome!

 

Mon
02
Mar

Play and Weigh

Lots of wonderful sensory activities for you and your baby to enjoy.

Bring your baby to be weighed by the Health Visiting team.

Baby health and development related advice.

Tue
03
Mar

Toddler Time Count and Rhyme (Recommended for 18 months – 4 years)

Share songs, stories and counting rhymes, props, pop-ups and musical instruments, at these fun-packed toddler sessions designed to get your little one singing, dancing, playing and learning. The sessions are held weekly and there is no need to book…

Wed
04
Mar

Baby Days ‘Things That Go!’

Get together with other parents and carers of babies up to 18 months to share experiences at our Baby Days events. These wonderful, relaxed sensory sessions are free and a great way to introduce little ones to the library.

Parents to be and older…

Wed
04
Mar

Digital Drop In - Oldham Library

Got a new gadget?  Problem with an old gadget?  Let us help.

Bring your device (with cables and chargers please) to one of our digital drop ins. A chance to get help with your basic IT questions. Bring in your device for advice and tips.

 

If you need help with any of our services please contact the library team: oldham.library@oldham.gov.uk | Tel 0161 770 8000