Winter lends itself to indoor time so this means it’s an excellent time to get creative and start a new hobby! The library has a great range to assist with a new hobby from craft book to cook books with heart-warming dishes for those cool evenings.
Here are some of our hot picks to get you started;
Handicraft books the library holds include Nifty knits for kids fun wearables for kids on the go by Catherine Ham, and Outrageously adorable dog knits 25 must have styles for the pampered pooch.
Some nice winter cook books are Making the most of your slow cooker by Catherine Atkinson, and Everyday easy one-pot hearty stews, quick dinners, meals that minimize the washing up.
Find these, and many other books, at your library.
A way to exercise your mind is to come along to the Brain Training at the Library on Monday morning at 10.30 or Monday afternoon at 3.30 pm. Participants enjoy an hour of mind stretching activities with plenty of fun and laughter and a helping hand for everyone. Activities include such age old pastimes such as join the dots, spot the differences, number and word puzzles, origami, monodominant hand activities, and memory games. The program is free, and is a great way to learn something new and different, make new friends, and have fun!
To book a place in our Brain Training Program call the Library on 6742 0190