What's On at Armadale Library in October

What's On at Armadale Library in October

Game on at the Library
Release Date: 
Thursday, 27 September 2018

Whether you want to meet high profile authors like Anna Jacobs and Graham Seal, organise and record your life with bullet journaling, or learn English through Storytime – there’s something for everyone at Armadale Library.

The Armadale knitting & crocheting group

Alternate Thursdays, 9.30 - 11.30am
11 October, 25 October, 8 November, 22 November, 6 December, 20 December
Armadale Library

Do you love to knit or crochet? Bring your supplies and come along to our friendly group at the library! 

Refreshments of tea, coffee and biscuits will be available.

Bookings are not required. 

This group is supported by Befriend. Just look for their yellow flag.

Bullet Journalling with Amanda Kendle 

Monday 15 October, 1.30 - 2.30pm 
Armadale Library 

Bullet Journalling is an ever growing trend and it can help you be super productive! 

It's like a combination between a to do list, a planner, and a diary. It is a system that uses a method of symbols and logs to help you keep on track with everything you want to do in life, and create a record of what you've achieved - or even the books you've read and the fun you've had! 

Amanda Kendle is a bit obsessed with productivity and has long been intrigued by bullet journalling, and decided to try it out.  

During this talk, Amanda will show you exactly what bullet journalling is, how to set up your own system, and describe how her experience with bullet journalling has altered how she gets things done. 

The session is suitable for people aged 15 years and older. 

Places are limited and bookings are essential. Call 9394 5125 or visit library.armadale.wa.gov.au to book your place.

Learning English Through Storytime

Mondays, 9.30 -10.30am
15 October, 22 October, 29 October, 5 November, 12 November, 19 November, 26 November. 
Armadale Library

Learning English Through Storytime workshops assist families to improve and practice English in a fun educational environment. 

Sessions include songs, rhymes and stories plus interactive activities which develop children's confidence and school readiness. 

The program is suitable for children aged three to four years and their carers. Adults should be able to speak basic English as parents and children participate in the activities together. 

This program will run for seven sessions on Monday mornings, 9.30 to10.30am at Armadale Library. 

Session dates are: 15 October, 22 October, 29 October, 5 November, 12 November, 19 November and 26 November. 

Morning tea will be available. 

For further information and to book your place, contact the YPS librarian at Armadale Library on 9394 5133. 

An afternoon with Anna Jacobs

Tuesday 23 October, 2 - 3pm 
Armadale Library 

Meet Anna Jacobs – one of the world’s bestselling authors! 

Anna is totally addicted to writing and produces three novels a year. She writes in a variety of genres, and if she slows down, new characters nag her until she tells their stories.  

Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to one of our most loved, prolific and forthright authors. 

Places are limited and bookings are essential. Call Armadale Library on 9394 5125 or visit library.armadale.wa.gov.au to book your place. 

Great Bush Stories with Graham Seal

Friday 26 October, 2 - 3pm 
Armadale Library 

Graham Seal, Professor of Folklore at Curtin University is a leading expert on Australian cultural history.

He is the author of the bestselling Great Australian Stories series, and an entertaining and engaging storyteller.

Graham will talk about his new book Great Bush Stories, and the intriguing tales of the land which inspired it. 

From larrikins to convicts, explorers to pioneers, please join us for some tales tall and true! 

Places are limited and bookings are essential. Visit library.armadale.wa.gov.au or call 9394 5125 to book your place.

The pleasures and pitfalls of publishing a family history

Tuesday 30 October, 2 - 3pm 
Armadale Library 

Join respected historian Bevan Carter as he explores the process of researching, writing and publishing his family history.  

Uncovering intriguing discoveries, wonderful connections and serendipitous consequences are all part of the process!  

With a particular focus on Western Australia’s convict history and the transportation of Britain’s criminals to our shores, don’t miss Bevan’s fascinating talk.  

Refreshment will be available. Places are limited and bookings are essential. Call 9394 5125 or visit library.armadale.wa.gov.au to book your place. 

For more information on this topic contact:

Phone: (08) 9394 5000
Email: info@armadale.wa.gov.au

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