Looking for a new hobby or something to do to fill in those cold, dark evenings when there’s nothing on TV?
Come to the library and you’re sure to find a book or activity to pique your interest!
New books added to the library shelves this week include The Good Teacher by R M Anderson, a wickedly amusing tale of lust, lies and revenge; Shadow Reaper by Christine Feehan, a shadow riders novel; and Envoy by Tobias S Buckell.
New Mp3’s added to the collection include Family Baggage by Monica McInerney, The Tree of Hands and A Sleeping Life by Ruth Rendell, and The Mountains Have a Secret by Arthur W Upfield.
Neighbours and the Law by Nadine Behan is an easy to understand guide to the different areas of law that are involved in neighbour issues and disputes, including dividing fences, retaining walls, overhanging branches, animals and noise.
For people interested in family history or wanting to start tracing their family tree, regardless of their background, the Family History Group meet at the library every 2nd Wednesday and 4th Friday of the month at 10:30am. They’re happy to help you start on your explorations and also have plenty of information about local history.
On Monday morning at 10:30am and in the afternoon at 3:30pm, the library holds Brain - an hour of fun activities designed to stimulate brain functions, such as memory, fine motor skills, concentration, and so on. It’s great fun and it’s free!
See you soon!