Open Event at Abbotswell Funeral Home
Open Event at Abbotswell Funeral Home on 15th May 2018. Mark Shaw opened the doors and welcomed everyone to come in and have a look around the newly updated premises at Abbotswell Crescent. The selection of images show what a lovely peaceful oasis of calm this is for troubled times. We are lucky to have such a supportive business in our community and also an avid supporter of the Community Council.
Lego Creator Club We had a very successful launch event today of the new held at Kincorth Library, with grateful thanks to all staff at the library it is a pleasure working with you, especially Heather Rosa, Senior Library Assistant. Grateful thanks to Councillor Alex Nicoll for his help and assistance and thanks to the youngsters for making it so much fun. See you at the next one.
New LEGO club launched at Aberdeen library
Lego Creator Club
A LEGO club has been launched for children in an Aberdeen community.
The Creators Club at Kincorth Library will be for 8-11-year-olds.
The project was launched by the library and Kincorth and Leggart Community Council and saw eight youngsters attend.
Catherine Cowie from the community council said: “It is the community council’s hope that the creator club will encourage more people into the library.
“Playing at the club should improve creativity, problem-solving skills, memory and the attention span of the children.
“It is open to all children of all abilities, irrespective of any health or medical issue.
“This will create displays in the library showing the young people’s creations.”
Aberdeen City Libraries launched its first Lego club back in 2016.
An appeal for unwanted sets of the toy saw several crates donated and put to good use.
It offers children a chance to develop STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills.