Clive Scott, garden designer
On Thursday 29 March at 4.30-5.30pm award winning garden designer, Clive Scott, will be talking about his 20 years exhibiting at Tatton and working with the RHS. This event comes ahead of the opening of the new Heritage Garden in April. Free, but please get a ticket in advance as places are limited.
From the beginning of March, look out for our garden collage sessions taking place after rhymetimes on Thursdays, on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. You will be helping to create artwork to promote and celebrate the opening of the Heritage Garden.
Grand opening of the Heritage Garden
Join us on Saturday 14 April at 10.00-12.00 noon for the opening of the Heritage Garden outside the library. Then come in and have a go at some garden collage. Watch this space for further details.
Come and grab a bargain in our book sale between Saturday 14 April and Saturday 28 April.
Join us on Friday 27 April at 7.30pm for our annual quiz night. Teams of up to six welcome, but don't worry if you haven't got a team. We can place you on the night. £4.00 per person to enter. Places are limited, so book early. There will be a bar selling alcoholic and soft drinks.
Ancestry taster sessions
The cost is £5 for an hour long one to one session. Please contact the library for details and to book a session.
Computer Buddy sessions
Basic computer skills sessions with an IT buddy are now available at the library at £2.00 per hour. This entitles you to an hour's free use of the computers after your tutored session to practice what you have learned. Please contact the library for more details.
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Activities at Poynton Library
- Let's talk about books - 2.00-3.00pm - monthly on second Tuesday of each month. All welcome to our informal book group, where we chat over a cup of tea or coffee
- LEGO Club - 3.30-4.45pm - monthly, on first Thursday of each month. Free; no need to book. Suitable for children aged 4 years and over. Duplo available for younger siblings
- Rhymetime - 10.30-11am - weekly. Children must be accompanied by a parent or carer