Our latest What's On program for July-September has landed!
Social distancing requirements haven't stopped us putting on a stellar line-up of online author talks, learning programs and engaging workshops.
📘In the coming months we've got Arnold Zable discussing his latest book, The Watermill, with fellow author Michael McGirr, plus debut novelist Luke Horton joins Kill Your Darlings Book Club host Ellen Cregan for a chat about his highly commended book, The Fogging.
📕Life coach and author Tammi Kirkness is dropping in later in September to share tips and advice from her book The Panic Button Book and comic artist Bernard Caleo will lead a panel discussion on all things graphic novel.
📝From writing cover letters to nailing that interview, making effective presentations and improving your CV, our new Get Job Ready courses provide practical and skills-based tips to get you back on your feet, back into the workforce and into your next job.
🎨Get crafty and Make Do in our new recurring programs intended to teach you new skills through casual conversation and instruction, with a focus on sustainability and self-sufficiency. Repurpose the fabrics you have to make beautiful utilitarian objects based on items in the Victoria & Albert Museum collection, discover the art and science of bokashi composting, and learn how to access online tutorials through Creativebug.
Registrations are still required for many events; please note some events may be recorded and made available as a podcast or video recording. If you do not wish to be recorded, please notify the program facilitator at the start of the session.