Older Posts: 2010
Launch of writing anthology from the Glenburn girls group in Renfrewhsire at Glenburn Library, Paisley.
The library will be closed for the festive period from Saturday 18th December 2010 to Tuesday 4th January 2011 (inclusive)
Our raffle draw will take place at 4pm tomorrow, Wednesday 15th December.
If you’ve bought tickets, please do come and join us for the draw!
A big thank you to the many kind donors who have given prizes, we have a bounty to give away in our Winter Raffle! There is still time to buy tickets – you can buy them online by making a donation through Charity Choice, or get them from the Library. Tickets are £5, the draw […]
Looking for a unique and personal gift that lasts the whole year? Never have enough space in your diary? Want a funky notebook that reflects who you are? Come along to the Library on Monday, 13th December, 10am-1pm, and join us in making a diary or notebook from reclaimed paper and card.
Last weekend I attended the London Metropolitan Archive’s 8th Annual LGBT Archives and History conference. Despite changes to the programme due to the snowy weather, it was a full and stimulating day. This year the conference was entitled: ‘Young Hearts Run Free’ and the theme was LGBT youth work. First we heard about HLF funding […]
POSTPONED: A two-day Storytelling, Creative Writing and Visual Art workshops. Share in the wisdom of women’s ancient folktales, exploring themes of freedom and control, hopes, dreams and new beginnings.
Unfortunately, due to the weather conditions meaning that the facilitator for A Way With Words’ vehicle is completely stuck and she is unable to make it in we regret that we are having to cancel this training.
With the continuing cold weather affecting all GCC and Glasgow Life services, the Library is assessing the situation daily: We will be open until 4pm on Thursday 9th & Friday 10th. More info here.
A few weeks ago I ran a workshop entitled ‘Orlando’s Sisters’. During it we had a discussion about Vita Sackville-West, the inspiration behind Woolf’s Orlando, and also Radclyffe Hall, whose semi-autobiographical Well of Loneliness was banned in 1928 – the same year in which Orlando: A Biography was published. The library holds one of these […]