Monday 7th August
Storyteller Tamar Williams is returning to Rhiwbina Library with her interactive family sessions, which will include Welsh myths and fairytales. In the afternoon, she’ll be leading a storytelling workshop for older children, discussing ideas and encouraging them to become young storytellers.
Family Story sessions (4+ yrs): 10am to 10.30am & 11am to 11.30am
Storytelling workshop (7-11 yrs): 2.30pm to 3.30pm
This is a free but ticketed event.
Monday 14th August
Renowned children’s author B.B. Taylor (‘Weird and Wonderful Tales’) is visiting our library. Rumour has it that she’ll be bringing along some of her animal friends. 3.30 pm – 4.30pm. Free event.
Wednesday 27th September
This is our next Quiz and Cuppa (£2).
Tuesday 3rd October
The Cruel Streets Revisited
Ex-policeman John Wake is the author of two books on policing Cardiff in the 150 years prior to 1969. His talk will cover the injustices of the Victorian times, the poverty, the crime, the notorious public houses, murder investigation, Tiger Bay tales etc. Fascinating stuff but not suitable for children. Starts 7.30pm. Tickets £3.
Thursday 26th October
From Y-Fronts to Viagra
Mike Wright (The Men’s Shed) shares his light-hearted take on the ins and outs of intellectual property rights, including copyright, design, trademarks and patents.
Starts at 7.30pm. Free event. Charity raffle.
We wish a fond farewell to our librarian Nichola Farr who has been at Rhiwbina Library since 2012. Nichola has been appointed Senior Librarian for Brecon’s new Cultural Hub which is due to open next year. We’re sorry (gutted, in fact) to be losing her and wish her all the very best for the future.
We would also like to thank all our speakers, helpers and supporters for so generously giving their time, expertise, enthusiasm and CAKES!
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