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Digital Events and Activities from the Library

Worcestershire Libraries provide a range of digital events, suitable for all ages and a wide range of interests, that can help you connect with others, ignite your passions and expand your skills and interests.  

Don’t forget, we also have a variety in-house events! Check your local library page for details for everything from children’s story times, job clubs, knit and natter, connect cafés and walking groups and much more!

What’s on - Digital events

Social Connecting Bubbles

Stay connected with others over a shared interest or activity with our online social connecting ‘Bubbles’. Current topics include Poetry, Knitting, Photography, Crime Books, Digital Readers and How to Access Your Digital Library. Register for our Social Connecting Bubbles (opens in a new window)

Online Events

Enjoy our seasonal events for children including LEGO and Crafty Tales. You might also find a live online talk or workshop of interest.  Register for our online events for children (opens in a new window)

Living Knowledge Network 

Access an amazing range of online talks from the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network on topics of interest such as history, literature and the environment. Find out more about the Living Knowledge Network (opens in a new window)

Business Events

The Business & IP Centre (BIPC) support webinars provides free and accessible business advice, support, information and resources you can trust to help you on your business journey.  Find out more out our BIPC events (opens in a new window)

Virtual Library Coding Club

Take part in monthly coding challenges with Worcestershire Libraries. Aimed at 5–17-year-olds, the challenges cater for all levels from absolute beginner to advanced coder, using a variety of software and programming languages.

New challenges are set on the last Thursday of the month and can be accessed by joining the Virtual Coding Club on Facebook (opens in a new window) or by emailing for further details.