This year Lambeth libaries and others are putting on a fantastic wide range of events – online and face to face – so there is something for everyone. Check out the brochure and book through eventbrite.
In West Norwood there are two children events in West Norwood Library SE27 9JX at half term:
Tuesday 26th October at 2.30pm a workshop with Venessa Taylor author of Baller Boys
Saturday 30th October at 2pm Serlina Boyd talks about her new book – Cocoa Girl Awesome Hair
And between 10am and 5pm Saturday 9th October a pop-up market of art, fashion jewellery, hair & skin care in the library – cinema community hall.
Our local councillor Sonia Winifred, Lambeth cabinet member for equalities & culture says: “Please take this wonderful opportunity to learn about and celebrate African Caribbean Heritage and culture which is influencing and enriching our lives”
October is Black History month and Lambeth council has partnered with the Black Cultural Archives to deliver a fantastic programme of more than 50 events – something for all ages and al tastes. Most activities are free but some have to be booked in advance.
See our events section on this web site for local events in Norwood – mainly in school half term week . For the full programme get a free copy of the booklet from the library or check it out online:
The lending library based at 16 Knights Hill SE27 0HY is temporarily closed between 2nd and 25tH October for refurbishment & redecoration of the Old Library Centre managed by local charity The Rathbone Society.
Black History events during October have moved to Upper Norwood Library at 39 Westow Hill SE19 1TJ.
The West Norwood library will be moving into the joint Library –Cinema building on Norwood High Street SE27 9JX in the new year 2018. It will then have all the facilities as one of Lambeth’s town centre libraries.
Lambeth has a great programme of events see brochure for details here.
In West Norwood we have storytelling during half-term week on Monday 29th October at 2.30pm and on Wednesday 31st October at 3.30pm in West Norwood Library 14 Knights Hill SE27 0HY. All children and families welcome . Free entry.
And a Hip Hop history by Rashid Nix on the evening of Wednesday 31st October at 6pm in West Norwood Library.