December events at Stone Cross Library
Published on 28th November 2011
An interesting range of events for children and adults has been drawn up for the Stone Cross Library in West Bromwich during December - including a stitching session and a magic show.
The children's sessions kick off with a drawing lesson on Saturday, December 3, at 11.30am, followed by a Christmas Cross Stitch session for the over-8s on Tuesday, December 6, at 3.30pm.
On Saturday, December 17, there will be a session for youngsters who want to make calendars between 10am-12 noon.
And on Wednesday, December 21, the local children's magician Ron Popple will be doing his Puppet & Magic Show at the library. Booking is advisable for this ever-popular event.
There are also events for adults, starting on Monday, December 5, where a Friends' Group is being held at 2.15pm.
On Monday, December 12, local historian Ian Bott will be giving a local history talk and slide show. It is entitled "Time, Gentlemen Please - a Gallery of Pub Sights".
Social get-togethers are planned for December 20, 21 and 23, when coffee and mince pies will be served.
All events are free and all adults welcome, refreshments provided.