Events at Harbury Village Library

Autumn / Winter ActivitiesThere's always been something going on at Harbury Village Library, in addition to our Books, Coffee and Cakes. There have been weekly Tunes and Tales sessions for toddlers and pre-school children, talks by local authors, reading groups, political discussions, skills and learning sessions for adults and children, even our very own Murder Mystery.

Now we're planning our activities for Autumn / Winter 2019. Below are some of our ideas, but we are looking for ideas from you as well.

What would you like to suggest? Do you want to run an event? Contact

Murder MysteryBy popular demand, a third new fun evening written by locals John & Rob Stringer. This event sells out quickly, so watch out for booking details.Murder Mystery
Your Desert Island Music Choice NightCome along with the name of your Desert Island essential track (and reasons for choosing it/your story behind it), hear it and share to create a compilation. Desert Island Music Choice
Family History GuideAn introductory session using the Library's free access to Ancestry and the British Newspaper Archive. Trace your family's lineage.
Family History Guide
Presentation and AssertivenessAn introductory session run by a renowned trainer to prepare you and instil confidence for interviews and presentations.Presentation and Assertiveness
Spanish Conversation ClassesAre you interested in Spanish Conversation Classes? If you are, please complete our the survey on our website and let us know what days and times would work best for you.Spanish Flag
Your own Event or PartyThe Library has a perfect space, available in the daytime (when Biblio’s Café is not open) or in the evenings. Tea & coffee making facilities are available.Events and Parties
SuggestionsSome suggestions so far: Storytelling, Book Club, Board & Card Games, Film Group, Photography, Writing, Poetry, Simple Accounting, Basic Computer Skills, Public Speaking/Debating, Foreign Language Conversation, Update on Consumer Law… 

What would you like to suggest? Do you want to run an event?