2017 Calendar of Events
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— SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS —
DATES for Group meetings:-
First Thursday – Family History 10am – noon.
Find Your Ancestors
The Family History Group can help you to get started on your own family research.
You may discover facts about recent ancestors, find missing relatives, investigate military service or begin to trace your complete tree.
The library has free access to the Ancestry website and the group has experienced researchers who can show how to use it, and advise on other websites that are available, many for free. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org (fao Dave Campbell) for details.
Second Thursday – Local History will not be meeting on Thursday mornings for a while,
but watch this space for special talks and events about the history of Colehill.
Third Thursday – “Just Write” Writing Group 10am – noon.
For December, meeting will be 2ND Thurs – 14th.
LAST Thursday – Knit and Natter 10am. (EXCEPT DECEMBER).
First Tuesday – Colehill Reading Group (now incorporating Colehill Bookworms), 1 – 2pm
LAST Fridays – Colouring for Adults 10am – noon (Except DECEMBER).
There is no charge but donations to the Library are always welcome. Book your session at the library desk.
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BOOK NOW for the next Library Fundraising Event!! (Tickets from the Library unless stated otherwise)
–––––––––––– Book launch ––––––––––––
‘Tales of Wimborne & Dorset History Volume II’ launched 21st October
See the Books page for details of this and other local books
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Reminder – changes to Group meetings:
14th – “Just Write” Writing Group meeting (on 2ND Thurs this month).
Knit and Natter, and Colouring for Adults – no meetings.
TODDLER TIME Stories and Rhymes at Colehill Community Library runs WEEKLY from Tuesday 9th January 2018
(except school holidays and half terms), 10 to 10.30 am – FREE sessions for parents and children 0 to 5 years.
June 2016 – Dorset joined the ‘LibrariesWest’ group https://www.dorsetforyou.com/article/422461/LibrariesWest