Hatfield Community Library
The volunteers at the library would like to thank our borrowers for your continued support and word of encouragement.
Our next author event will be on Tuesday June 30th when Debbie Taylor will come in to talk about her book “Herring Girl,” which is an historical crime mystery set in the North East. I am reading it at the moment and find it very interesting. I know there are a lot of people from the NE in the Hatfield area so come along for a taste of “home.” She will be accompanied by the Poet John Wedgwood Clarke who will read some of his poems. He teaches at Hull University so is an honorary Yorkshireman. Both can be found on-line. Please book your tickets for this event.
POA Learning. The library is now a contact point for POA Learning. This is a series of courses which are free if completed. It is a paper rather than on-line course. For details call in at the library to see the display.
Yoga Tuesday 6:30-8pm Wednesday 3:30 – 5pm Wednesday 6:30-8pm
Pilates Monday 6:30-8pm. This class has really taken off now but there are still a few spaces left. Please bring a mat if you have one or a blanket if not. Both the Yoga and Pilates cater for all abilities of fitness.
Art Tuesday 10:30-12:30 Join this friendly group to learn new skills or do your own thing. £30 for 10 weeks
Pins and Needles. Come along for a knit, sew, crochet etc and natter.
Readers’ group- Last Tuesday of the month. 5-6pm. All books provided. This is small friendly group if you would like to join us to talk about books.
Family History Beginner’s Group. Fridays 10-12. Ring the library to check the dates.
Pre-School Story time. Tuesdays 2:00-2:45.
Coming up for Summer
Kimmo August 6th 2-3pm Free Event Places need to be booked
Sam’s Safaris August 25th Free Event Session 1. 2-3pm Session2. 3-4pm Places need to be booked.
We have been pleased to welcome Hunger Hill feeder schools to the library for the Greenaway Illustration Award Scheme. Crookesbroom School also paid us a visit for story time. It was lovely to have the library full of well behaved children who were clearly enjoying themselves.
We are collecting DVDs to sell to raise money for the library. The DVD s must be original, in good condition and in the original box. If you have any could you please drop them off at the library?
We also hope to hold a Summer fund raising event so look out for information about this. We need money for improvements and to pay for the adult and children’s activities.
You may have noticed how sparkly clean the windows are. We now have a window cleaner who comes fortnightly.
Contact details. Tel. 01302 842064