Wokingham Borough libraries announce March events programme0
Duncan MacKay will be giving a talk called Eat Wild this Thursday (March 14) from 6.30pm. He will be discussing his book about food foraging and rough cooking. The event takes place at Wokingham Library and there is a £2 charge, places can be booked by calling (0118) 978 1368.
Ann Lawrence will be talking about Hypnotherapy and how it can improve life on Thursday March 21 from 6.45pm at Wokingham Library. There is a £2 charge and places can be booked by calling (0118) 978 1368.
Anyone interested in tracing their ancestors can visit Finchampstead Library this month where members of the Berkshire Family History Society will give a talk on the subject of How to Start Your Family History Research. The talk will take place on Thursday March 21 at 10.30am. Places are free but should be booked in advance by calling (0118) 908 8176.
If any residents are thinking about joining a club, there’s a great range to choose from in Wokingham Borough libraries.
A club for crossword puzzle enthusiasts starts on Monday March 25 (running on the last Monday of each month) from 10.30am at Wokingham Library. Book worms have a chance to join a new day time book group starting on Tuesday March 19 at 10.30am and running there after on the third Tuesday of the month. A new club for card games enthusiasts will also start this month (Friday March 29) at 10.30am.
King Henry VIII will be visiting Wokingham Library on his royal progress this March. The costume presentation by The Select Society, depicts Henry in the later years of his life as he looks back on the events of his long reign. The event takes place at Wokingham Library on Wednesday March 20 from 2pm with a £3 charge.
For more information about these groups residents should call (0118) 978 1368.