Library of Faro continues online programming and resumes book lending

World Poetry Day, which is celebrated on March 21, will be marked

The Municipal Library of Faro António Ramos Rosa will continue to have, throughout March, online programming, such as videos to promote reading, and will resume the take-away and home loan service for books.

Throughout the month, there will be videos to promote reading, with the artistic interpretation of “Embuscada – Associação Cultural”, always at 18 pm.

On the 4th, the work chosen for these videos is “Rainha Ginga”, by José Eduardo Agualusa, on the 11th “What the eyes see or the Adamastor”, by Manuel António Pina, on the 18th “A Liberdade de Pátio”, on the 25th by Mário de Carvalho, and, on the XNUMXth, “Flores”, by Afonso Cruz.

The World Poetry Day, which is celebrated on March 21, will also be celebrated, with activities at 10:00 am, 15:00 pm, 18:00 pm and 21:00 pm, under the responsibility of Fernando Cabral.

On the 20th, at 16 pm and in anticipation of this celebration, “Poesias em Tardes Frias” will take place, a “round of poems to warm the heart of the whole family”.

Also on the 6th of March, at 16 pm, there will be “Leituras a Dois Tempos”, “where stories and science intersect in an environment of great chemistry”, in a partnership with the Algarve Live Science Centre.

Finally, on March 31, at 18 pm, the “Investigating, Knowing and Valuing Lecture Cycle” will continue, an initiative of the Municipal Archives of Faro.

The researcher Daniel Giebels will address the topic “Faro under the sight of the Inquisition (29th-XNUMXth centuries)”. Applications can be made until the XNUMXth of March to the e-mail [email protected]. The link to watch will be sent to all subscribers on March 30th.

All these activities are available at Facebook page of the Municipal Library of Faro Antonio Ramos Rosa.

At the same time, from 3 March, the “Pronto a Levar/Pronto a Ler” take-away and home loan service will once again be available. Readers will be able to continue to access the bibliographic and audiovisual collection. To do so, just consult the catalog at “” and place the order by the address [email protected] or by phone 289870000.

In each order, it will be possible to request five books, two magazines, two CDs, two DVDs, a CD-ROM and a teaching material.

On the agreed date, readers can collect the books at the library or receive them at home if they are unable to travel. This service will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 13:00 pm to 18:00 pm.