Image a Day

Following the amazing success of his live painting event in February we are pleased to announce that Juan Moore will be returning to the library on Wednesday 10th December at 7.30pm.

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The image Juan painted at the library in February.

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December - Write the Future

December is the final month of Island of Culture 2014 and we’ve chosen the theme ‘Write the Future’. We will be displaying books on recycling and the future of the planet and also books on writing and social media which could be the way forward for modern authors. It also wouldn’t be December without some mention of Christmas so we will be displaying our Christmas books.

writethefuture

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HBN Library 2015 Calendars

As most of you will be aware this year has been all about the Island of Culture here at the library!

Every month had its own theme and February’s was ‘A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words’. We held a photo competition and had a great response. See the winning entries by clicking here.

HBN Calendar

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Paul Hope - Policing the Paranormal

On Thursday 11th December at 7.30pm Manx born author Paul Hope will be at the library to give a talk about his new book ‘Policing the Paranormal’ which unlocks the secrets of exactly what goes on after dark in the buildings State legislators and officials frequent in Virginia State Capitol. Tickets for the event are free and can be collected in advance from the ground floor counter.

Policing the Paranormal

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Cracking Christmas Craft Workshop

On Thursday 18th December 2014 from 4.30pm - 5.30pm we will be holding our annual Christmas craft workshop for children. This year to tie in with our December Island of Culture theme which is 'Write the Future' we will be using some recycled materials during the workshop. Tickets are free and can be collected in advance from the ground floor counter. 

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