What's On in Your Library and Community

All face to face events and activities in libraries are currently suspended but we are offering some online activities.

Our staff will be continuing to observe HANDS - FACE - SPACE and wearing face coverings. We would appreciate you helping us by doing the same.

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Upcoming Events

All face to face events and activities in libraries are currently suspended but we are offering some online activities.


While there are no live activities being held at any of the libraries we are publishing online stories, songs, poems and signed stories and you can see many listed on our YouTube Channel

In order to comply with publisher permissions, some recordings are 'unlisted' and can't be found with a general search - but you can go directly to these unlisted stories using the links on the Storytimes, Rhymetimes and Children's Hours web page or browse our unlisted stories playlist.


We are running informal conversation classes online via Teams every Wednesday 2.30-3.30pm.

We chat about different topics each week and you are invited to join us. If you would like to know more or register for the session(s) please email us and we will send you details about the sessions and how you can join in.

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Regular Event Showcase

Once the libraries re-open we look forward to bringing you our regular events and activities, including:

Adult Library Events

  • Adult Craft Evenings - Olney Library (Wednesday) Monthly
  • Age UK Milton Keynes Drop-in - Woburn Sands Library (Tuesday) Weekly
  • Art Corner for Adults - Central Library (Wednesday) Weekly
  • Craft and Chat Group - Newport Pagnell Library (Friday) Weekly
  • Chess Club (all ages) - Woburn Sands Library (Friday) Weekly
  • Computer Help Sessions with our IT Buddies - various
  • Councillor (Bletchley Park Ward) Surgeries - Bletchley Library (Saturday) Monthly
  • Councillor (Newport Pagnell South) Surgeries - Newport Pagnell Library(Saturday) Monthly
  • Crafting for Change - Stony Stratford Library (Tuesday) Weekly
  • Drop-in IT Help sessions - Central Library (Friday) Weekly
  • Family History Consultations - Central Library (Thursday) Set dates
  • Knit and Natter sessions - Westcroft Library (Wednesday) Weekly
  • Knit and Natter sessions - Kingston Library (Wednesday) Weekly
  • Knit and Natter sessions - Stony Stratford Library (Wednesday) Weekly
  • Knit and Natter and Stitch sessions - Wolverton Library (Tuesday) Monthly
  • Library Reading Groups - various
  • Lego Clubs - various
  • Newport Pagnell Town Council surgeries - Newport Pagnell (Saturday) Set dates
  • Senior Friends Get Together - Woburn Sands Library (Wednesday) Weekly

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Children's Library Events

Some activities are term time only.

  • Chess Club (all ages) - Woburn Sands Library (Friday) Weekly
  • Stories, Songs and Rhymetimes - various
  • Songs and Rhymetimes for the Under 2s - Central Library (Saturday) Set dates
  • Children's Hours - various
  • Music Bugs sessions - Central Library (Fridays) Weekly
  • Stories and Rhymes - Woburn Sands Library (Tuesday) Weekly
  • Lego Clubs - various
  • Saturday Craft Club - Olney Library (Saturday) Set dates
  • Activity Hatch sessions - Woburn Sands Library (Saturday) Weekly
  • Read and Play sessions - Olney Library (Friday) Weekly
  • Code Club for 8-12 year olds - Central Library (Friday)  Set dates
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  Events and Activities by Friends Groups

  • FoLiO Events at Olney Library are currently suspended.
  • FoSSL Events at Stony Stratford Library
    • Tuesday 26 October 2021 - Anthony Spira, Director of MK Gallery presents 'MK Gallery and Laura Knight' via Zoom at 7pm. Email contactfosslmk@gmail.com to register for the presentation.

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Windrush Stories: Reminiscences and Recollections

7 July - 30 September 2021

Two Windrush migrants by a double decker bus with Exhibition title overlay

Visit Central Library to see this fantastic exhibition over the summer.

The Second War World ended in 1945. A considerable portion of Britain had been destroyed by the war. In 1948, the British government called upon citizens from the Commonwealth to come and rebuild Britain. More than 493 men and women responded to that call and came on the ship called 'The Windrush'.

This is the story of Windrush migrants, the first mass migration from the Caribbean to Britain.

On 22 June 1948, The Windrush discharged its passengers at Tilbury, and that day has become an important landmark in the history of modern Britain. Caribbean migrants have become a vital part of British society and, in the process, transformed important aspects of British life.

This exhibition commemorates the nationally recognised ‘Windrush Day’ celebrating the anniversary of the arrival of Empire Windrush in 1948.

But most importantly, it illustrates the invaluable contributions The Windrush migrants and subsequent generations have made to Britain over the decades.

Brought to you by Learning Through the Arts.

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Last Updated: 27 September 2021