New Spanish Library: Vega-La Camocha Municipal Library

We start the summer with great news, we have a new incorporation!!  Vega-La Camocha Municipal Library from Asturias, Spain, has just joined NAPLE Sister Libraries.

Vega-La Camocha Municipal Library (@bibliocamocha on Twitter) is one of the 11 libraries integrating the Gijón City Libraries Network.  They are very active in social networks, and they are looking for a sister library in any of the countries!

You can find all the information about them in the Libraries Section.  Also, by clicking in its name in this post you can see directly its application form.

With this new incorporation, the programme reaches:

 72 European public libraries participating!

 Are you interested in joining us? Would you like to have a sister library in other European country? If you are not participating yet in the programme, go ahead and read the Call tag to see what this is all is about. You have 72 European Public Libraries looking forward to being your sisters!

Here come some pictures from Vega-La Camocha Municipal Library and its activities!

Children's
Children’s
Children's
Children’s
Serials
Serials
Reference
Reference
Main room
Main room
Main room
Main room
Desk
Desk
Literature
Literature
Knowledge
Knowledge
Indoors
Indoors
Staff
Staff
Library Building
Library Building
Mrs Librarian & Clementina, our Children Training Program Assistant
Mrs Librarian and Clementina
Informational Literacy User Training Program
Informational Literacy User Training Program
Children Reading Club
Children Reading Club
Children Reading Club
Children Reading Club
Informational Literacy User Training Program
IL Training Program
User Training Activity
User Training Activity
User training activity
User training activity
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