Events at the Library

August and September Events

FREE computer courses at Upper Norwood Library

The lovely Joycellyn and her team are offering free computer training workshops to our visitors.  If you are interested in some free IT training, please contact us at 020 8670 2551 during opening hours or leave your name and contact details when you next visit the library.untitled

PLEASE NOTE: Our public access computer system has not yet been replaced, but we are hoping to report some good news soon(ish) – watch this space!

BC1Book Club on Friday 29th August at 7.30 to 8.30pm

The sixth Book Club title is The Rosie Project by Graham Simsion.

Age: Adults
Charge: Free, but donations welcomed.

Please contact Rita at rchakraborty@uppernorwoodlibrary.org, by telephone on 020 8670 2551 or in person if you have any queries or special requirements.

If you have the need to read, join us!

Refreshments will be available.

Stitch Pitch: Patchwork and Quilting Workshop on Monday 1st September at 10am to 12pmSP1

Fiona will be teaching patchwork and quilting. Work will be done by hand, but if you have a PAT-tested sewing machine you may bring this along. Fiona’s sewing machine may be used on occasion, when required.

Age: Adults
Charge: £3 per session

Refreshments will be available.

The Norwood Society talk: Local War Memorials on Thursday 18th September at 7.30pm

As part of their contribution to Lambeth’s Heritage Month and the theme of W.W.1., Norwood Society member, Jerry Green, will introduce us to the memorials of the area and some of the people who are remembered on them.

Age: All
Charge: Free, but donations welcomed.

Refreshments will be available.

BC1Book Club on Saturday 27th September at 2.30 to 3.30pm

The seventh Book Club title is Red Dust Road by Jackie Kay

 

Several copies are available at the library (if you can’t see it on display at the counter, just ask), or, if you show your library card to the bookseller and mention the UNL Book Club at The Bookseller Crow on Westow Street, you will get £1 off the paperback edition.

Age: Adults
Charge: Free, but donations welcomed.

Please contact Rita at rchakraborty@uppernorwoodlibrary.org, by telephone on 020 8670 2551 or in person if you have any queries or special requirements.

If you have the need to read, join us!

Refreshments will be available.