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Harrow Attractions, Days Out, Events, Tours & Things To Do local to you in Libraries.  Harrow events include fun things to do for all the family including children and young people.  Download the OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2017 Events Guide 
 

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Friday, October 13, 2017

Rhyme Time

  • Where: Gayton Library
  • When: Friday 13th October 2017, 10:00 am
  • Admission: FREE

Rhyme Times.Nursery rhymes, simple stories, songs and finger rhymes.  Join the fun and meet other parents and carers.
Two Sessions: 10am–10.30am  and 11am–11.30am (spaces are limited)
For 0-3 year olds

Rhyme Time

  • Where: Gayton Library
  • When: Friday 13th October 2017, 11:00 am
  • Admission: FREE

Rhyme Times.Nursery rhymes, simple stories, songs and finger rhymes.  Join the fun and meet other parents and carers.
Two Sessions: 10am–10.30am  and 11am–11.30am (spaces are limited)
For 0-3 year olds.

Reading Group 2 in partnership with Harrow Communities Click

  • Where: Gayton Library
  • When: Friday 13th October 2017, 11:00 am
  • Admission: FREE

Are you looking for a fun and sociable way to get together with other book lovers?
Join our HCC Book Club for chat and lively discussion in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Each month we will read and discuss a different book.
To book call Harrow Communities Click on 020 8861 9191/020 8861 7988 or email: hcc@ageukharrow.org.uk

‘A Little Piece for Mother’ by Barbara Towell

  • Where: Gayton Library, 5 St. John's Road, Harrow, HA1 2EE
  • When: Friday 13th October 2017, 11:00 am
  • Admission: Free - advance booking required.

As part of Libraries Week you are invited to join Gayton Library’s reading group to discuss their book of the month, ‘A Little Piece for Mother’ by Barbara Towell. The Kalinski family, Jewish immigrants from Poland, struggle to settle in London after the Second World War. They long to forget the horrors of Nazi persecution and make a new start. Is it possible, or are the scars too deep? How will they cope when one day they find they have new neighbours - German neighbours? This story spans the years from the 1940s to 2008, and is told in flashback by the daughter, Martina. Filled with intrigue, nostalgia, love and hate, it is sometimes shocking - yet at times it will make you smile. A novel to leave you thinking long after you have finished reading the last page.

To book  - Telephone 020 8861 9191 / 020 8861 7988 or e-mail hcc@ageukharrow.org.uk https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/harrow-communities-click-7859998527

This reading group is run in partnership with Harrow Communities Click.

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