Kesgrave Library News

Sunday Crafts (10 – 12 noon) – The following craft activities will be taking place during March:
Sunday 1st – Thursday 5th March is World Book Day. Create a Fantastic Mr Fox to celebrate;
Sunday 8th – On Sunday 22nd March, it’s Mother’s Day. Make a card for someone special;

Sunday 15th – Tuesday 17th March is St Patrick’s Day. Make a Shamrock hat to celebrate;
Sunday 22nd – Today is Mother’s Day; make a butterfly puppet to give as a present;
Sunday 29th – The 21st of March was the first day of Spring. Create a Spring picture to decorate your room.
Activities are free. Parents must stay with under eights. There’s no need to book – just turn up and have a go.
Free Wordplay Sessions – every Thursday.
Tot Rock – 9.45am – 10.15 am.
BabyBounce – 10.30am – 11.00am.
Free Story Time Sessions – every Friday 9.45 – 10.15 a.m. This session combines stories and rhymes. All welcome. Why not pop along?

Other Library Events for March 2020
Every Tuesday afternoon (Term Time) 3.45 – 4.45 p.m. Lego Club. Parents must stay with under 8s. The themes this month are 03/03 – Animals, 10/03 – Your dream bedroom, 17/03 – Free Play, 24/03 – Easter. No need to book. Just pop along! This is a free activity.
04/03 and 18/03/2020 – Knit and Natter – 2.30 p.m. £1.00 – tea, coffee and mince pies provided. Welcome to all new members.
05/03/2020 – Afternoon Book Group – 2.45 p.m. They are currently reading The Hours Before Dawn by Celia Fremlin.
26/03/2020 – Evening Book Group – 7.00 p.m. They are currently reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.
If you are interested in joining any of the groups, please ring or speak to a member of staff
Evening Book Group – Love reading but always read the same authors and genres? Why not try something different in the new year? We currently have spaces in our evening book group. The group meets one Thursday evening a month at 7.00 p.m. to discuss their current read and chose a new book for the next month. If you are interested, please contact the library.

Used Stamps/coins – Can you help? – To help raise funds for St Elizabeth’s Hospice. Just bring them along and hand in to staff – it’s as easy as that!

100 Club – Our Community Group has launched a 100 Club, to help with fund-raising and we have over 70 people who have signed up. For just £1.00 per month you could enter and have a chance of winning a cash prize plus knowing you are supporting your local library.

Book Donations – Are you having a spring clean and have lots of good condition fiction you don’t know what to do with? The library takes in donations which we sell on the bookshelves in Tescos to raise money for the library. If you have any books you would like to donate, please speak to a staff member. Thank you.