What's On At Putney Library?

Authors talk, local art and Councillors' surgeries

What's On At Putney Library?

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Tech and tea is moving to Saturdays, 12-2.
The next sessions are:
14 March 12-2 - video calls
28 March 12 -2 - online banking
Come along and enjoy a cuppa!


Will be on the first and third Wednesday of the month.
Free drop-in advice session 6-8pm.

Boiler replacement works will start on Monday 9th March and it is estimated that they will take
8 weeks to complete.
During this time there will be some disruption due to noise, and the heating will be down for approximately two weeks. Additional fan heaters will be provided but the library will be colder than usual.
Thank you for your patience and understanding and we apologise in advance for any disruption caused by these essential works.

Monday 9 March 5.30pm

When New York fashion designer Melanie becomes engaged to the city's most eligible bachelor,
she neglects to tell him she is still married to her high-school sweetheart Jake. However, when she returns to Alabama to try to sort things out, the old feelings start creeping in.
For more details contact Jadranka.Vucinic@gll.org Or just turn up!

Wednesday 11 March 6.30-7.45
An evening with BEN AARONOVITCH
Author of the RIVERS OF LONDON series

Born and raised in London, Ben Aaronovitch had the sort of unrelentingly uninteresting childhood that drives a person to drink or Science Fiction. When his first book – Rivers of London - proved to be a runaway success he waited all of five minutes to give up the day job and return to the bliss that is a full time writing career. He still lives in the city that he modestly calls 'the capital of the world' and says he will leave when they prise London from his cold dead fingers.
Reservations appreciated - Call 020 8780 3085 or email Charlene.coleman@gll.org

Energy Café Saturday 14 and 28 March 1-3

Come along to get free and impartial energy advice.
Also free tea/coffee and cake!
Advice on: debt reduction, helping the environment, keeping your home warm, and more.
With Crew Energy.

Information and advice Monday 23 March 3-5

Councillor Surgeries:
7th Cllr Steffi Sutters
14th Cllr George Crivelli
21st Cllr Kim Caddy
28th Cllr John Locker

No need to book - First come first served

Library Opening Hours:
Monday 9 -8
Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday 9-8
Thursday 9-8
Friday 9-5
Saturday 9-5
Sunday 1-5

Residents' Visitors Parking Permits: Issue ceases 30 minutes prior to closing. Not issued on a Sunday.

Friends of Putney Library


March 5, 2020

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