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Windermere Events

Still Lives: An introduction to Photographs from the Armitt's Brunskill Collection

Start Date
30/6/17
Time
10:30
End Date
30/6/17
Time
11:00

This is a short presentation of a selection of vintage photographs from Bowness on Windermere.   Photographer brothers Richard and John William Brunskill were born in Sedbergh. By the early 1860's they had moved from Sedbergh to Kendal, and then to a studio in Bowness-on-Windermere. The Armitt Museum and Library holds a vast photographic collection prominent amongst which is the vast archive of 17,800 glass photographic plates, largely portraits, representing the life's work of the Brunskill brothers.


Venue
Windermere Library
Telephone
015394 88945

Sign-along-a story

Start Date
21/7/17
Time
14:30
End Date
21/7/17
Time
15:15

An introduction to sign language through animal stories.

Meet Kendal, the sign language puppet, learn to sign your favourite animal and enjoy some fruit tasting.

For children aged 2-6yrs.

All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

FREE event but booking essential as places are limited.


Venue
Windermere Library
Telephone
015394 88945

Adult Learning Courses

Information and enrolment for local adult learning courses at Ambleside Library including painting, local and family history, creative writing, IT, Digital photography, French, Spanish, Mindfulness and Wellbeing.

Contact the library for more details.


Telephone
015394 88945

Rumble in the Jungle at Windermere Library!

Don't miss our weekly Storytime Sessions for the under-5s: Tales for Tiny Tots on Tuesdays at 2.00pm.

Come and join in the fun of a good story or two with your children or grandchildren - they're never too young to join the Library, so you can borrow lots more books, story sacks, toy sacks, talking books or DVDs to enjoy with them at home.

Early readers will enjoy all the books designed to help them read for themselves, and older brothers and sisters can choose from a wide range of popular authors and favourites. Windermere also has an excellent selection ofnon-fiction, from sports to space travel or from history to hydroelectricity whichalso support their school topics.



Adult Reading Group

Reading Group is held on the 3rd Monday of each month in Windermere Library meeting room at 3.00pm.

Meeting room available.
Telephone
01539 88945