The last meeting of the Story Circle this season will be next Sunday, May 26th, when we will take a trip to Njarðvík and visit with Kaffitár.
Saturday May 11th Reykjavík City Library invites to a Literary Walk in Heimar and Vogar district. The walk will start by Solheimar 27 at 13.30pm and will last for an hour.
Our next Story Circle will be on Sunday, 5th of May, at 2 pm in The City Library, Tryggvagata 15.
April 23rd - 28th we celebrate the City Library 90th anniversary and Reykjavik Children's Culture Festival.
All branches of the Reykjavík City Library are closed Friday, April 19 due to staff conference.
"The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is 70 years old and has been translated to more than 250 languages. If you have the book in your language bring it with you to Café Lingua Monday April 15 at 5 pm.
Take part in nominating women of foreign origin that have contributed to Icelandic society. The project World Women in Iceland (working title) aims to make the contribution of immigrant women to Icelandic culture and society more visible.
Sunday 7th of April the Women's Story Circle will celebrate World´s Health Day with a women´s walk loaded with positive energy and of course a cup of coffee afterwards.
Origami folding with guidance from The amateur association Origami Ísland in the main library Tryggvagata 15, Sunday March 17 at 3 pm.
Hola - asociación para hispanohablantes en Islandia and The Association Móðurmál have a program for children at the main library Sunday March 3 at 3 pm
Our last Women´s Story Circle was so successful, therefore we decided to use our creativity during Circle´s next meeting as well.
We continue to celebrate International Mother Language Day Saturday 23rd of February in Gerðuberg Branch, Gerðuberg 3-5 at 1-4pm.
Reykjavík City Library, in collaboration with “Víðsýni”, presents International Mother Tongue Day on Thursday 21st of February at 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm at the Main Library, Tryggvagata 15.
On Monday 18th of February at 5 pm, the jazz musician Tómas R. Einarsson will share his interest in Latin America at Café Lingua. He will tell about his traveling in that part of the world and talk about how the Spanish language was an eye opener into Cuban music and culture to him
Reykjavik City Library will participate in The winter lights festival, February 7th to 10th. The schedule includes Museum night, poetry slam and many other events. Everyone should find something to their liking.
The Women's story circle meets this Sunday at 2pm, in the library's main branch on Tryggvagata.
Want to hone your language skills, find someone to talk to in your native language or share your Icelandic skills and get to know new languages and cultures? Café Lingua starts again on Monday, January 21st.
Brass Quintet from Sigursveinn music school will hold a concert in the main library, Tryggvagata 15 Sunday 20th January at 4:15 pm
The first Story Circle of the year will be held on Sunday, January 13th, at 2 pm at the Main Library, Tryggvagata 15, 6th floor.
Nordicomics Islands showcases the diversity of contemporary Nordic comics. The exhibition opening is on Saturday, January 12 at 3:00 pm in the main library Tryggvagata.