Poringland Library News
Book Groups: the library is pleased to have several reading groups using the library. Why not come along and join in?
• Second Tuesday of the month, 2.30pm to 3.30
• Second Thursday of the month, 6.00pm to 7.00
• There will also be a new junior book group starting soon....watch this space or contact Mitch at the library on 01508 494891
Book Buddies- a junior reading group for 7s and up- meet on the first Friday of the month at 3.30-4.30pm
Quilters clubs ( 1st & 3rd of every month)
Our library quilting clubs meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 2pm to 4pm, and on the first and third Thursday 5pm - 7pm
Knit & Knatter
We have a lively Knit & Knatter meet-up every other Monday from 2pm - 4pm
For more information on any of these clubs, call the library on 01508 494891 or just pop in.
Are you a library member?
If not, why not? There are so many reasons to become one and, with more and more people visiting Norfolk libraries a lot of people agree!
Throughout January Norfolk Library and Information Service is promoting all the benefits of becoming a library member with a month-long
promotion called 'Join-Up January'. There are county council-run library buildings and mobile libraries across Norfolk, which means there
is likely to be one fairly close to where you live, and there's so much more to them than a place to borrow books.
Did you know you can also borrow console games, DVDs and CDs at reasonable rates and return them to any library? An ebooks service
was launched recently, allowing you to download and borrow ebooks for free from the comfort of your own home. And there are always events,
activities and clubs for both children and adults going on in libraries.
To coincide with Join-Up January, the library service is launching its own Facebook page with information on what the library can offer you, news
about promotions and events at libraries, and book news. Log onto www.norfolk.gov.uk/libraries to find out more about this.
It's completely free to join the library and really easy. You can do it online at www.norfolk.gov.uk/libraries or drop into your local library and staff
will take down your details and get you and up and running in just a couple of minutes.
With libraries it's free to.
· borrow books and magazines
· use public PCs
· borrow ebooks from your own home
· attend lots of events including children's activities and author visits
· learn how to use the internet if you're over 60 with Surf's Up classes
· access information from your local councils and other organisations
For more information visit your local library, call 0344 800 8006 or visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/libraries
Norfolk County Council Library and Information Service