Events at Harbury Village Library in 2020

Normally it's not just books and coffee at Harbury Village Library, but for now unless otherwise stated below, our usual activities and events have been cancelled until further notice. If you would like information about the activities we are continuing to run online, please eMail us at

Classic Book Group. The Classic Book Group has survived the Covid-19 restrictions by moving online. So there's still a chance to read and discuss the "classic" books that you always intended to read, but never got round to. Our next online be on Tuesday 21st of April at 7.30 in the library when we'll be talking about "Keep the Aspidistra Flying" and "Homage to Catalonia" by George Orwell. If you'd like to join in one of our online sessions, or just keep up to date with what's happening with the Classic Book Group, eMail us at and we'll add you to our Book Group mailing list. There's more information on our Book Group page.

Lockdown Art Project

Spanish Classes. After a brief pause our Spanish Classes are now back, online. We are running two Spanish Classes on Thursday evenings every week, a beginners class from 6 to 7 pm and a mixed ability class from 7 to 8 pm.  There are two more classes left in the current session, but if you're interested in joining a class after the Easter break please eMail us at There's more information on our Spanish Language Classes web page.

Tunes and Tales. CANCELLED. We look forward to resuming every Thursday morning at 9.15, for our  Tunes and Tales sessions for toddlers and pre-school children. It's a chance for children listen to stories and sing along with the songs, while the grown ups sample the wonderful coffee and cakes in Biblio's Cafe.

Board Games. CANCELLED. Once restrictions are lifted we hope to resume our afternoons of traditional board games. Every Friday, from 2 to 4 pm at Harbury Village Library. 

French Classes. We are running two French Classes every week at Harbury Village Library, a conversation class on Monday afternoons between 4 and 5 pm, and a general class on Tuesdy evenings between 6 and 7 pm. If you're interested in joining please just turn up at one of the classes or eMail us at There's more information on our French Classes web page.

Poetry Evening. Early in the New Year we will have a Poetry Evening where you can come along and read some of your poems, or favourite poems by other writers, and listen to work by other local poets. We'll also be featuring music by a local composer, so watch this space for details.

Pop Up Events, Displays and Exhibitions
Throughout the year the we hope to host a number of Pop-Up Events in the library, highlighting local organisations and causes. There's more information on our Pop-up Events page. If you'd like to hold your own pop-up event please contact us at and we'd be happy to organise it with you.