Published: 06/07/2023 By Allan Fuller
Entry to the study room and toilets is still through the old wooden front doors to the right of the main entrance.
A new drop box is awaited for returned books outside opening hours, meanwhile the nearest drop boxes are at Roehampton, Battersea or Southfields libraries.
Although the library is trying to keep most of our regular activities going, there will be no meditation sessions in July, the sessions will restart in August.
14 JUNE — 15 JULY Putney Library Art space
SUSIE NATHANSON & STELLA TOOTH: PERFORMERS IN PAINT
A portrait exhibition of artworks by Susie Nathanson & Stella Tooth, celebrating the musicians, dancers and variety acts that have inspired them. Full of uplifting colour, entertaining characters and wonderful stories, this is a show that will engage both the eye and the imagination.
Artworks featured will be available to buy.
Monday 10 July at 5.30 Putney Library
FILM CLUB: FREE SOLO
An unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream: climbing the face of the world’s most famous rock...the 3,200-foot El Capitan in Yosemite National Park...without a rope.
Local historian Phil Evison has converted some of his most popular Putney Library talks into illustrated articles, in PDF form:
Putney’s Burial Grounds
The Roehampton Mounting Block
Notable Graves in Putney Vale Cemetery
The Story of Putney's Cinemas
Putney's 'Great Houses'
If you’d like a copy of any of them, email Phil at: firstname.lastname@example.org
EVERY FRIDAY IN JULY, 10-12 AT PUTNEY LIBRARY
DIGITAL DROP-IN SESSIONS Provided by POWERTOCONNECT. FREE relaxed Digital support for computers, laptops, tablets & smartphones. No booking required but bear in mind that you may need to wait to speak to a volunteer.