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International Make Music Day is on Friday 21st June and to celebrate we’re hosting a day of music at Falkirk Library.

Play in our atrium to welcome library visitors.

If you’re a singer songwriter, part of a choir, or want to share some unplugged music, we’d love to have you.

What to do
Drop an email to libraryevents@falkirk.gov.uk. If you’ve a link to a performance you’ve shared online, that would be great. Please also share times you are free to perform e.g. between 11am and 12.30pm.
Depending on response, we’ll offer slots up to 20 minutes in our atrium. 

Need to know
Donations: We can’t pay you to perform, but you can collect tips/donations. We do ask you not to solicit donations and people should not feel pressured to donate.

Plugging in: We can’t provide a place to plug in, so all performances must be acoustic.

Parking: There is no parking space at the library, but you can park for a limited time to the right of the library building in time for your slot

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  • Summer Reading Challenge launch
  • Crafts for adults and young people
  • Retro gaming
  • Photo booth
  • Bookbug
  • Lego

You can book some workshops in advance:

This event is completely free. Booking is recommended for some workshops, but there will be limited spaces available on the day. Watch this space for details.

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