IT’S good to see more activity coming back to the Inverloch Library, albeit with space restrictions
And branch manager Inverloch Library, Jo Bowler, has taken the opportunity to encourage everyone to pop into their local library to see what’s new, and to be welcomed back into our wonderful community spaces.
“Here at the library, we are very excited to be gradually getting back to normal. This means we can start holding events and programs again,” said Jo.
“In the Easter school holidays we will be holding two events for kids, Origami Monster Bookmarks, two sessions last Wednesday April 7 and then a Paper Plane Extravaganza on Wednesday, April 14 at 2.30pm.
“We also have a fortnightly English Conversation Group, aimed at being a welcoming space for those with English as a second language and those who would like to make others feel welcome. It’s an informal group, where folks can sit and have a cuppa and make new friends!
“As with every program at the library at the moment, tickets are limited, and bookings are essential. Visit eventbrite.com.au, see the QR code on the flyers in the Library or give us a call on 5674 1169.
Friends of Inverloch Library
FOIL, the Friends of the Inverloch Library group is holding its annual general meeting in the library on Wednesday, April 21 when all positions on the committee will be declared vacant.
If you wish to nominate for the committee you must be a financial member and complete a nomination form prior to April 21. Forms are available from the FOIL desk in the Library.
The featured author this month is Chris Flynn, author of The Glass Kingdom and A Tiger in Eden, which was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Book Prize. His fiction and non-fiction have appeared in many publications including The Age, The Australian, Griffith Review, Meanjin, Australian Book Review, The Saturday Paper, Smith Journal. He is a regular presenter at literary festivals across Australia.
Chris was born in 1972 in Belfast and has lived in Australia since 1999. He now lives on Phillip Island, next to the penguin sanctuary. His latest book Mammoth was shortlisted for the Fiction prize at the Indie Book Awards 2021.