to notice days becoming a little longer if not warmer, yet. So light
the fire, put on another jersey, and make sure that your supplies of
books, DVDs, and CDs will not run out. For that, you need us. We are
also offering you activities such as the Warrington children's book
club, a new adults' book club, the annual honouring of all things
poetic on Poetry Day, and from July 1, new opening hours.
New Blueskin Bay Library Opening Hours
effective from July 1
Monday: 2.00 pm – 7.00 pm
Tuesday: 2.00 pm – 5.30 pm
Wednesday: 2.00 pm – 5.30 pm
Thursday: 2.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Friday: 10.00 am – 12.00 noon
2.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Saturday: 10.00 am – 1.00 pm
Poetry Project 2008 and Poetry Day Friday 18 July
To celebrate Poetry Day and encourage a love of poetry, Blueskin Bay
Library would like to invite you to contribute to our 2008 poetry
curtain and '2008 Blueskin Poets' anthology. The curtain will be
unveiled on Friday 18 July. Please email your poetry to Louise at:
email@example.com by Friday 4 July. Please note that this is for
everyone belonging to the Blueskin Bay community.
The library drives to Warrington School this month on the 9th and the
23rd of July. We are available for borrowing, returning and
registrations from 2pm till 3pm.
Children's Book Club at Warrington
Our enthusiastic members will be meeting on the 23rd July, from 3.15pm
Staff book picks
Louise recommends 'The hospital by the river: a story of hope by
Catherine Hamlin with John Little'. This is a true story of how
Doctors' Catherine and Reg Hamlin set up Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital
in Ethiopia. It's a great but sobering read.
Carolyn recommends 'Moral Disorder' by Margaret Atwood. These are
short stories that return to the same characters at different times in
their lives. Brilliant, absorbing.
by Louise Booth
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