Activities at Putney Library

Published: 03/02/2023 By Allan Fuller

The programme of events for February 2023 at Putney Library has been announced.

Until February 5

ART SPACE Putney Library
Iconcoctions -a collection of whimsical drawings by Lorelei Esser will be on display.

Wednesday 22 February 6.30 pm

EDWARD GIBBON
Talk by Hugh Thompson, Local Journalist and Vice President of the Putney Society.

Gibbon (1707-1770) wrote The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, known for the quality and irony of its prose, its use of primary sources, and its polemical criticism of organised religion.  Free event from the Friends of Putney Library. Advance booking advisable. Call Putney Library on 020 8780 3085 or email charlene.coleman@gll.org to reserve your place.

 Refreshments from 6pm, talk from 6.30pm.

Monday 13 February at 5.30pm

FILM CLUB: PRIDE
 Set in the summer of 1984, PRIDE tells the story of two seemingly alien communities who form a surprising and ultimately triumphant partnership.

Mondays 3-4pm

ENGLISH READING AND WRITING SKILLS

Do you know anyone who would like support with reading and writing? Sarah can help!
 No need to book! Just turn up. For more information contact Putney.library@gll.org

DIGIPALS Wednesday 8 February 1 - 2.30

If you are an older person struggling with devices come along! There is no jargon and no charge, just friendly computer support for older people. Use the library's computers or bring your own device.

February 8 and 22 3-4pm

Come singing, A session for people of any age with memory loss, and their carers. Sing along to some old favourites and stay for a chat afterwards.

TEA AND COFFEE MORNINGS AT PUTNEY LIBRARY

Every Monday 10am - 12pm a warm drink and a biscuit is offered to anyone in the library. It’s a great way to learn about what’s happening in the library and to make new friends.

Free bookstart books available in the library

Suitable for toddlers and pre-school children. Just help yourself - while stocks last!