Do come in to see local artist Anna Langton’s work entitled – LONG BUCKBY ~ DAVENTRY ~ LIVERPOOL
Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are wrested apart after Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea to Canada and then New York. Twenty years later, they are reunited for one fateful week as they confront notions of love and destiny.
A funny, wildly inventive ride as the three neighbors find meaning and connection later in life – thanks to an unlikely stranger. Milton (Kingsley) lives a quiet life of routine in a small western Pennsylvania town, but finds his day upended when a UFO crash lands in his backyard. Before long, Milton develops a close relationship with “Jules.”
In post-World War II Venice, Poirot, now retired and living in his own exile, reluctantly attends a seance. But when one of the guests is murdered, it is up to the former detective to once again uncover the killer.
In 1950s London, a humorless bureaucrat decides to take time off work to experience life after receiving a grim diagnosis. Influenced by a local decadent and vibrant woman, he continues to search for meaning until a simple revelation gives him a purpose to create a legacy for the next generation.
Our October film brings the US adaptation of the wonderful book by Fredrik Backman and a remake of Sweden’s “A Man Called Ove”. Otto is a grump who’s given up on life following the loss of his wife and wants to end it all. Doors open at 7pm, film starts at 7.30pm.
We had a great afternoon and we hope you did too! If you have any ideas about what/how we should continue/change for next year please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!! Well done to our lucky Raffle Winners:
- 26 Pink ~ Linda N
- 332 Pink ~ Jeremy H
- 218 Green ~Molly H
- 648 Orange ~ Linda B
- 531 White ~ Brenda R
- 66 Green ~ Sue M
- 574 Orange ~ Judith L
- 716 White ~ Max B
Thursday 2nd March 2023
We are celebrating World Book Day in the Library with Children’s activities during the day and the launch of our Children’s Reward Scheme! Read More!
The 2 M’s showcase their lovely art in our exhibition space. Please see more below about who they are and their story.
Unfortunately the following event will no longer be taking place due to insufficient numbers. We hope the WEA will return at a later date.
What did Chaucer’s cook prepare in his medieval kitchen? Did Shakespeare live on ‘cakes and ale’? Why did the much-maligned wife of Charles Dickens publish a menu book under the name of ‘Lady Maria Clutterbuck’? Food has always been an important way of showing in literature how people lived, or revealing something about their characters.