Join us at the Information & Reference Library this April for Spring Online 2018, a week of IT events designed to help you get the most out of life online.
A picture hides a thousand words…in association with Cityread London, a month-long celebration of reading.
Richmond Libraries will be running a festival of celebratory events throughout May.
Tom Easton is the fabulous fiction writer for all ages with over thirty published books. Tom is the author of Girls Can't Hit, the hilarious story of a girl who joins a boxing club instead of her mother's pilates class to prove that anything boys can do, girls can do too. He is also the author of the laugh-out-loud Boys Don't Knit, which was nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2015.
Join Tom for a lively talk, followed by Q&A and book signing. Copies of Tom Easton's books will be available for purchase provided by The Alligator's Mouth bookshop.
Are you aged over 65 years and interested in socialising in an informal and friendly setting? Do you enjoy sharing memories and stories with others?
Then our Reminiscence Café is just the right thing for you! Come and enjoy some cake and a cup of tea and share memories of the local area and times gone by.
To book a place, visit Twickenham Library and book in person or telephone 0208 734 3340.
'Ham is where the heart is' is an exciting new Heritage Lottery Funded oral history project (also supported by Ham Amenities Group and Petersham United Charities) which needs your help to capture unique and fascinating stories.
We need people to be trained to conduct interviews, suggestions for interviewees; volunteers to undertake background research, donations or loans of photographs and memorabilia for copying; help with establishing a website and setting up a learning resource; and much, much more.
In association with Ham United Group.
There will be an exhibition in the Ham Library community room. Come along and read the stories and see the pictures of life in Ham and Petersham over the last 80 years.
Updated: 11 April 2018