What's On at Poulton Library

What's On at Poulton Library

Find out what’s on at Poulton Library with regular events held each week and special one-offs. For more details about any of these events please contact Poulton Library with the details at the bottom of the page.

What’s On at Poulton Library in November 2018

Special Events in November

Friday 2ndSongs the Soldiers Sang – Gadabouts

With the approaching 100th Anniversary commemorating the end of World War One we are lucky to have The Gadabouts, a local singing group from Garstang, to entertain us with songs the soldiers sang at the end of the war.   Come along and enjoy an afternoon of music. Refreshments will be available.

 

14:15-15:15

Sign Up

 

Free
Friday 9thJoseph 1917

As the 100th Commemorative Anniversary of the ending of World War One approaches we welcome once again author David Hewitt to talk about his book Joseph 1917.  It tells the story of a man from Thornton, who got caught up in the First World War, but takes the form from a different perspective of a soldier. Rather than focusing on the war the story focuses on the man’s family, the community where he comes from and the consequences of a soldier being forced to go to war. Come along for what promises to be an interesting talk and slide show.  Refreshments will be available.

14:15-15:15Free
Monday 12thDiscover the 5 ways to wellbeing

As part of Self Care Week this taster session will provide learners with the opportunity to find out more about The 5 Ways to Wellbeing and to take part in a series of wellbeing activities. They will gain an awareness of the key themes: Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning and Give and recognise how incorporating the 5 Ways into their life could improve their health and wellbeing.

This event is free to all adults over 19, but booking is required.

13:30-15:30Free
Friday 16thFerry Tales – Memories of Knott End to Fleetwood Ferry 

We welcome to Poulton Library local author, Angela Norris, to tell us all about her latest book.

Angela, who has also written  ‘Dancing to the beat of the tide’, has gathered the memories of travellers who relied on Lancashire’s best loved ferry to get to school or work during the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Come along and hear these entertaining tales. Refreshments will be available. 

14:15-15:15Free
Tuesday 20thCryptic Crossword Group

Have you ever struggled with a cryptic crossword and wonder how people ever solve them?  Why not come along to another taster session and meet some people who can! Maureen will give you a helping hand to crack those difficult puzzles. Refreshments will be available.

11:30-12:30Free
Monday 26thLancashire Day Celebrations

In celebration of Lancashire Day we are happy to welcome local author and musician, Kevin Morris, who will be entertaining us on his guitar with some Lancashire songs along with poetry from himself and Norma Southwood. Refreshments will be available.

14:15-16:00Free

Regular Events in November

 

Monday & Friday

 

Baby Bounce & Rhyme

Parents – Bring along your babies up to 18 months of age for this Baby bounce and rhyme session.

10.00-10.30Free
Monday & FridayOnline Assistance

For support with a multitude of online niggles simply book a slot with our digital volunteer at the help desk

Mon

10:00-12:00 Fri

14:00-16:00

Free
 Monday & WednesdayScrabble Group

Join our friendly group and play a game or two of scrabble. Beginners welcome. Refreshments served.

14.00-16:30Free
Wednesday 7thWednesday Evening Reading group

Why not join this group of avid readers, who like to read a variety of books? This month they will be discussing ‘The Orphan’s Tale’ by Pam Jenoff. They meet in the library, the first Wednesday of each month

18:00-19.00Free
Every WednesdayStorytime for under fives

Come along and enjoy some stories and songs every Tuesday.

14.15 -14.45Free
Wednesday  21stPoulton Wednesday Reading group

They will be discussing ‘Trouble with goats and sheep’ by Joanna Cannon. Come along and meet other avid readers and find out what the group thought of the reading group title. Also hear what others are reading

11.00-12.00Free
Every WednesdayFamily History

Do you need help with your family tree? Meet up with our volunteer to help you with your ancestry queries. Our volunteer will answer your questions or with help you find information using the computer. Bookings taken

14.00-16.00Free
Wednesday 28thMindfulness

Anne Parker is now offering one session a month of practice and discussion.  The aim of the sessions is to include some Mindfulness practice but also discuss experiences. Mindfulness is a fresh way of living life and groups are useful for practice as well as all the other ways of learning… No need to book, just come along as it suits you. Refreshments available

17.45-18.45Free
Every Thursday 

Toddler Rhyme Time

Parents – Bring along your young children (from 18 months upwards) for a selection different rhymes at this fun event

 

10-00-10.30Free
 

Every Thursday

 

Computer Course – Learn My Way

To register your interest in our free classes – suitable for beginners – simply speak to a member of staff.

 

10:30- 12:00

 

Free
Every ThursdayChess Club

Every thought about playing chess but never had anyone to play against? Perhaps you are a beginner and don’t know the rules and want someone to teach you? Or maybe you are a more advanced player and just want a game? Come along to this new group that meets at Poulton Library every Thursday. All Welcome. Refreshments served

13.00-15.30Free
Group One

Thurs 1st and 15th

 

Group Two

Thurs 8th

and 22nd

 

Art for all

Want to try something new? Learn how to paint your own watercolour with style. Come along and meet John Crompton, the local artist running these sessions, who will guide you through painting your own landscape or seascape for you to take away. Suitable for beginners. Booking Essential- extra sessions added due to popular demand

 

11.30-13.15

and

14.30-16.15

£3 Charge
Every FridayKnit & Natter Craft Group

Join our friendly group of knitters for a chat & a drink whilst knitting! All ages and skill levels welcome! Now meets every Friday due to popular demand

13.30-15.00Free
Every Saturday Board Games Club

Children – Play against other boys and girls and find out which board games you enjoy playing. Suitable for 5 years and over

11.00-12.00Free

Exhibitions

  • 20/10/2018-02/11/18 Poulton Arts Society – paintings
  • 03/11/2018-16/11/2018 David Naden – Acrylic Paintings
  • 17/11/2018-30/11/2018 Maria Bertelone – Paintings in watercolour, acrylics and oils

Cabinet Display

There is a small cabinet for exhibiting small items of interest to the local community or for selling small craft items made by local artists. Please ask Library staff for further details.

  • 20/10/2018-02/11/2018 Crochet novelties made by Elizabeth Coop
  • 03/11/2018-30/11/2018 Caroline Anderson exhibits her bespoke jewellery which can be purchased

Poulton library is always looking for a variety of speakers & entertainment for the local people. If you have something that you think our local community would like to see or hear, please get in touch with a member of staff at Poulton Library

Tel: 0300 123 6703 or Email: poulton.library@lancashire.gov.uk

Poulton Library Opening Hours: Mon 9.00–17.00, Tue 9.00–13.00, Wed 9.00–19:00, Thu 9.00–17.00, Fri 9.00–17.00 Sat 9.00–13.00

What's on at Poulton Library
Find out What’s On at Poulton library

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Contact details for Poulton Library

Poulton-le-Fylde Library
Blackpool Old Road
Poulton-le-Fylde, FY6 7DH

Tel: 0300 123 6703 or Email: poulton.library@lancashire.gov.uk

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2 Comments
    1. Jane Rabbit

      So I believe, which is odd, because the list of upcoming events came from them! They must not have been aware exactly when the maintenance works were going to be carried out when they published the November activities.

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