Creative Health at Home a series of workshops via Zoom led by experienced artist Kirsty O'Leary for people who would benefit from increasing positive social contact with others.If online participation via Zoom is difficult, support can be provided via the distribution of creative packs to your home.
The project will include creative writing, sculpture, drawing and painting; focused around participants' preferences, abilities and areas of interest to the group.To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fridays 3pm on Facebook
We provide the theme each week and ask you to share a picture of your drawings, or post a comment about what you're drawing on our library Facebook Page.
Join Xenia for 30 minutes of songs and music every Thursday via Facebook at 10am.
As Xenia can’t come and play in libraries for the moment, she wanted to find a way to bring harp music to people, especially for those who are currently self-isolating. Xenia is delighted to have been awarded a grant through Norwich Consolidated Charities, to make a series of live events for people in Norwich, which will be accessible online.
The broadcast is called Breathing space, as harp music is one of the most calming and relaxing sounds. Sit back and relax, or maybe have a little dance too.
If you would like to hear a particular piece of music, please make a request by emailing email@example.com
The breathing Space broadcast will be available on Facebook live Thursdays at 2pm
Xenia will be running 10 events, which will also be accessible as a Podcast and YouTube live broadcasts.
Libraries had a great partnership with Norwich Puppet Theatre and hope to work closely with them again. Check out Roald Dahl's Dirty Beasts and Revolting Rhymes from 21 August to October Half Term premiering weekly on You Tube. Poems and Puppetry. The performances will then remain online until early December.
Why not borrow some of Roald Dahl's books - search the library catalogue