This month’s highlights: Harry Potter night is on Thursday 2nd February from 5-7pm in the library. The Big Book Sale is on Saturday 18th, from 10-1, there’s another Film Talk session, the new Chess Club will be meeting and Eddie the Eagle will be at the Film Club on Friday 17th. You’re very welcome to any of the events at the library. If you’d like to help, let the library know.
Over 140 local people came to the library to say goodbye to Gurdip and Suhki, whose post office contract came to an end. The farewell had an added significance due to the events of the cash machine raid earlier in the week. In addition to the many cards and messages written in a book, Gurdip was presented with some Mexican currency and Suhki with some flowers. Donations came to over £650 as a result of collections in various locations in the village. The presentation was made on behalf of the community by Percy Hartshorn, Chair of the Parish Council. Gurdip, Suhki and their family kindly provided refreshments for all. Gurdip and Suhki are going for a well earned break to Mexico in mid February.
There are twelve new bird feeders in Rothley after the session on 21st January. Birds will no doubt be tweeting their thanks in the cold weather.
February events - in date order
Computer Support Digital Champions: Thursday 2nd In association with Age UK 10-12.
Harry Potter Night! Thursday 2nd 5-7 in the library. Come and join in to celebrate all things wizardry for fans of all ages.
Storytime for Under 5s: Tuesday 7th 9.30-10.15.
Book Group: Wednesday 15th February 7.15-8.15 Dear Amy by Helen Callaghan.
Storytime for Under 5s: Friday 17th 9.30-10.15.
Film Club: Friday 17th Eddie the Eagle The underdog ski jumper, 2pm at the Rothley Centre £5 under 60s, £4.50 over 60s.
Book Sale: Saturday 18th 10-1 Have a look at the latest books for sale whilst enjoying a cuppa and a cream tea, courtesy of Cuppas.
Computer Support Digital Champions: Thursday 19th In association with Age UK 10-12.
Film Talk: Monday 20th hosted by Tim Neath, all about A Kind of Loving, 7-8.30, in the library. You don’t need to have seen the film, come along to find out more.
The Tempest: Wednesday 22nd, 7pm. A viewing of the Helen Mirren version of The Tempest at the library.
All library events are run by volunteers and everyone is welcome. Most events are pay as you like…
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