|Visitors to Keighley can discover more about the town’s heritage at Keighley Library this coming weekend.
The annual Heritage Day at Keighley Library will take place on Saturday, 9 September.
There will be local, family, schools and military stands and this year the event will take on a musical theme reflecting Keighley’s musical heritage.
People can meet local and family history groups including Keighley Local History Society, Keighley Family History Society, Men of Worth, Keighley Schools Heritage and Airedale and Haworth writers.
At 11am there will be a special Rhymetime for children of all ages with guest presenters ‘Little Notes’. The sing-along will feature woodwind instruments and fun and games.
From 11am until 4pm there will be music from local musicians Foxes Faux, Dayner Sim and Niamh Mirfield and Keighley group The Presidents.
There will be displays of Keighley’s musical heritage since the 1950s from the local studies library collections.
At 1pm musician and historian Gary Cavanagh author of ‘Noise of the Valleys’ will give a talk with musical clips from the CD that accompanies the book.
Coun Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Environment, Sport and Culture, said: “People can drop in throughout the day and discover more about the heritage of the local area.”
Admission to the event is free and everyone is welcome.