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New Activities & Events - February - March

February

Book Break
Sit back and relax as we read stories and poems together and enjoy a shared reading experience. In celebration of LGBT History Month, we will read short stories by gay and lesbian authors Oscar Wilde and Virginia Woolf.
Tuesdays in February, 2:00 - 3:30pm

Prime Time [Ages 50+]
Come along to our weekly gatherings! We aim to bring you culture, news, books, activities, talks and outings. Golden Time sessions are a great way to unwind and relax with a cup of tea.
Thursday in February, 10:00am – 12:00pm
1 February – Gransnet (IT session)
8 February – Mental Health Discussion
15 February – Brain Teasers & Quiz
22 February – Fun & Games

Girls’ Book Club [Ages 5+]
This group is fun way to get together and enjoy stories and a wide variety of activities, such as quizzes and creative projects. Make new friends and gain new experiences by taking part.
Tuesday in February, 4:00 – 5:00pm
6 February – Beatrix Potter; ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’
13 February – Valentine’s Day
20 February – International Mother Language Day
27 February – Jokes! Let’s enjoy joke books.

Art Club [Ages 5+]
In this weekly session we explore art and art-based techniques, find out about famous artists and look at how illustrations complement and enhance a story. This February we will be celebrating Martin Luther King Day by creating cultural artwork using paper plates, coloured string, feathers and beads.
Sundays in February, 2:15 – 3:00pm

March

What is it like to be a Woman?
Join Christina Simpson in this workshop to discuss what it is like to be a woman in society, consider how famous women in history are portrayed, debate beauty, identity and self-esteem. Finally asking how you see yourself and how to build confidence within us all.
Saturday 10 March, 2:00 - 4:00pm

Book Break
Sit back and relax as we read stories and poems together and enjoy a shared reading experience. In celebration of International Women’s Day, we will read short stories from feminist authors Doris Lessing and Margarete Atwood.
Tuesdays in March, 2:00 - 3:30pm 

Art Club [Ages 5+]
In this weekly session we explore art and art-based techniques, find out about famous artists and look at how illustrations complement and enhance a story. This March we will be putting our best artist hats as we take part in the V&A Illustration Competition. Create pictures and artwork to accompany your favourite stories.
Sundays in March, 2:15 – 3:00pm

Prime Time [Ages 50+]
Come along to our weekly gatherings! We aim to bring you culture, news, books, activities, talks and outings. Golden Time sessions are a great way to unwind and relax with a cup of tea.
Thursday in March, 10:00am – 12:00pm
1 March – Gransnet (IT session)
8 March – Educational Movie: The Theory of Everything
15 March – Arts & Crafts (St. Patrick’s Day)
22 March – Brain Teasers & Quiz
29 March – Fun & Games

April

Shakespeare Family Arts
Let’s celebrate Shakespeare’s 454th birthday. Enjoy our live theatre performances of Shakespeare extracts and authentic Elizabethan musicians. Try your skills at a collaborative pop quiz for guardians and children!
Sunday 15 April, 2:00-3:00pm
Create your own ruffs to get an authentic experience for Shakespearean time and culture.
Sunday 22 April, 2:00-3:30pm
Shakespearean students and experts are visiting for a letter folding workshop. Learn how people communicated with each other during the 16th century.