The Fernando Alcalá Marín Central Library has surpassed a thousand registered readers and its collection has reached 12,100 volumes since its inauguration in March this year. Since its opening, the site has received 35,880 visits, has made 7,492 loans and 63 school visits have been held in this cultural facility with a total of 1,518 students, in addition to different events such as ‘Marpoética’, the cycle ‘La voz contada’, storytelling, workshops or activities on the occasion of International Book Day.
The municipal delegation of Culture has organized a series of activities to commemorate Library Day, whose name day is tomorrow, Monday, October 24. This year’s edition, under the motto ‘BiblioTEcuida’, focuses, as explained by the General Director of Culture in Marbella, Carmen Díaz, on highlighting the role of these facilities of different types as free and open spaces that, through its various services and resources,
They care about meeting the needs of their users. The council has joined the celebration of this day with a center of interest dedicated to women writers and that is in the municipal libraries since last October 17. The agenda of events
It will also include the storyteller ‘Corni, the unicorn that went to the fair’, on Friday, October 28, at the Fernando Alcalá Marín Library, at 6:00 p.m.