Fish Hoek Library literary tea with Tracy Farren & Yewanda Omotoso
Fish Hoek Library is holding a Literary tea party on Friday morning 30th March at 10a.m. in the Library Hall.
Local authors Tracy Farren (Whiplash and Snake) and Yewanda Omotoso (Bom Boy) will speak about their writing.
All welcome. Donation of R20 includes tea.
Enquiries – Jenny Srickland (021)782-7337
DONATIONS of unwanted books
If you are moving, de-cluttering or just refreshing your personal collection of books, please consider donating unwanted books to the library. Items may be used in our own library, shared with neighbouring Scenic South libraries, sold for library funds or passed on to charities. We are unfortunately unable to accept donations with conditions attached.
Regular events at Fish Hoek Library
Story times for pre-school children – Fridays 11h00
Seniors’ film shows – Fridays 14h00
Literary tea – monthly last Friday 10h00
Craft market – monthly last Saturday 09h00
Friends’ Tea Shoppe – second & last Saturday each month
“Library Alive!” – annual fundraising fair, usually first week December
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