What’s On at Your Library?

Thursday 6 August 2020

If you’re looking for something to do, to meet people, or to learn something new, there’s bound to be something for you at Richmond Library this month. 

Do you like to stitch? Take part in our Community Quilt Project. Simply stitch a word or image relating to your experience of Level 4 Covid-19 Lockdown on to a piece of A4 sized fabric and drop it off at Motueka, Murchison, Takaka or Richmond Library by Monday 14 September. All ages and stitching abilities are welcome to take part. 

Or how about learning to cross stitch with Kim Lawrence on Saturday 15 August, 10.00am-12.00pm? Book your spot on Eventbrite. 

Do you like poetry? Take part in our Haiku Competition. This runs throughout August and September with entries due on Thursday 1 October at your local Tasman district library. All ages are welcome to take part. 

Do you like art? Visit the Wāhine exhibition. This is showing at Richmond Library from Tuesday 11 August until Saturday 5 September. Immerse yourself in the stories of five Māori women. The artist, Loren Pasquier, will be delivering a talk about the Wāhine project on Saturday 29 August, 11.00am-12.00pm. 

Alternatively, you could come along to the How To Look At Art talk on Tuesday 11 August, from 5.30pm. The Suter Art Gallery’s Curator, Sarah McClintock, will bring along a mystery item from The Suter’s collection for an exciting “show and tell” session. 

There’s much, much more happening at your library. Visit our What’s On page for more information.

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