in and around the community library


As part of the 101 Stories project, we’re offering everyone the chance to drop by the library and sit and enjoy a coffee whilst telling us a tale or two.

We all love to reminisce and share stories about our lives and experiences. Come and sit on the comfy sofas in the library and give us a yarn over FREE coffee and biscuits.

Everyone is welcome at our four sessions which each run from 10am until Noon on:

Wednesday 31st May

Wednesday 21st June

Wednesday 19th July

Wednesday 23rd August

The latest art mini-exhibition is now running at the community library – a mixed media art project inspired by the work of artists Henri Matisse and Elaine Hughes.

The artists are all local, very young and very talented. Stand by your easels pupils in Years 1 and 2 at Easingwold Community Primary School!

As part of this project, the children have been learning about Easingwold, and looking closely at the local architecture. They created sketches and experimented with a range of drawing techniques and media. This included the use of collage work and layering to give depth and perspective to their pictures. The resulting mixed media collages of Easingwold show the children’s wonderful artistic talent.

The exhibition runs until June.

Knit & Natter

Our Knit & Natter group, run by our lovely volunteers, meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month from 10am until Noon.

Join us for a good chat and a cuppa. Catch up on your latest project or start a new one. All abilities are welcome and if you get yourself into knots our knitting and crocheting wizards are sure to be able to untangle things for you.


Storytime for pre-schoolies – every Thursday from 10.15am to 11.00am during term time.

Pull on those well-travelled seven-league boots, shoulder your faithful old knapsack, put the magic beans in your back pocket and tuck the family golden goose under your arm. Then tramp your wide-eyed, unsuspecting pre-schoolies along to the library to enjoy our lovely volunteers bringing a children’s tale or two to life.

Storytime is FREE and all are welcome. There’s no need to book – just come along. We’re pushchair-friendly too – park them inside the library.