There’s lots going on this Autumn!
If you like a good dog story, there’s a chance to meet author Kathy Seers at the Community Library on 7th December and to hear her read from her book, “Keeping Zig”. There’ll be the opportunity to buy the book and to have it signed.
Zig will be there too, wearing his best collar and on his very best behaviour. There’s a joke in here somewhere about Kathy giving Zig a woof over his head. But perhaps not..
We’re very pleased to announce the return of Computer Courage with a series of themed sessions to help your computer knowledge. All are free.
Fancy finding out about your ancestors but don’t know where to start? Look no further:
If you like curling up with a good book on dull days and dark nights we offer Book Bingo. Add a little spice to your winter reading and broaden your reading horizons:
Our Knit & Natter and Writing for Fun groups meet once a month – a good way to meet friends and try your hand at something new. Details here.
Our Jigsaw Club offers drop-in puzzle sessions on selected Tuesday afternoons (see below). No need to book – just come along for as much time as you can spare. The challenge is to complete a 1,000 piece jigsaw in 2 hours! The club is kindly sponsored by the locally- based Yorkshire Jigsaw Store.