Tooting Library offers a variety of events, sessions and classes, giving you the perfect opportunity to meet people or learn something new. There are sessions for both adults and children. Visit the timetable tab of your local library for session times available in your area.
Available at Tooting Library:
Our monthly reading groups are a great way to share your thoughts on the book of the month. Third Tuesday of the month 7-9pm. Tamil Reading Group, please ask for meeting details.
Baby Rhyme Time
Help your little ones learn, with songs and rhymes for children aged 0-2. Thursday 9.30-10am and 11.30am-12pm.
Inspire their imaginations early, with stories for children aged 2-5. Tuesday 2.30-3pm. Story and Rhymetime, Saturday 2.30-3pm.
Tiny tots take their first steps in ballet through music and movement. This fun class is a great introduction to dance and for ages 18 months – 3 years. Friday 9.15am-9.45am.
English Conversation Group
Our informal English Conversation groups are for any adults who want to improve their spoken English in a friendly and supportive environment. Tuesday 4.30-6.30pm
Beginners and budding Grand Masters are welcome at these sessions in the Children's Library. Saturday 11am-12pm.
Scrabble Club is a great way to improve your child's English and Maths, as well as making new friends with the world's most popular word-based board game. Saturday 10-11am.
Crazy about books? Aged between 10 and 15? This is the club for you. Share your favourite books, discover new authors and meet new book-loving friends. Last Friday of each month 3.45-4.45pm.
If your child loves a good read, or they're looking to brush up their reading skills, this club could be just the ticket. It's open to children aged between 6 and 10 , giving them the chance to read and learn in a friendly, welcoming environment. Second Friday of each month 3.45-4.45pm.
One-to-one volunteer support to help children aged 6 and above become better, more confident readers.
Citizens Advice Bureau
CAB can provide independent, confidential information and advice on a wide range of issues. These can include: benefits, work, consumer rights, housing, discrimination, tax, healthcare, debt and money. Monday and Thursday 10.30am-12.30pm, please speak to staff. Booking must be made a week in advance and is only open to Wandsworth residents.
Come in and discuss the film of the month.
To view the full range of classes and sessions Better offer across all libraries, click on the tabs below.