What's On

September Events and Activities

The Summer Reading Challenge ends on Sunday 16th September. Please ask in your local library for more details.

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Saturday 1
10.30am-11.00am Southfields Library,
Dad’s Baby Rhyme Time, 02087801945
A chance for dads to come and sing and learn some nursery rhymes to enjoy with their children. Bad singers are welcome! Ages 0-4
11.30am-12.30pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Make a Lava Lamp
A fun activity for children aged 6+

Monday 3
6-6:55pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088 Yoga for all abilities
Our Yoga classes feature a range of exercises from energetic, full body workouts to relaxing more traditional sequences. Classes are suitable for all fitness levels and will run every Monday 6:00 - 6:55pm

Wednesday 5
10am-12pm Wandsworth Town Library, 20 8877 1742
DigiPals
Are you an older person struggling to use computers? Come along to this support session run by Age UK Wandsworth; use one of our computers or bring your own device.
10.15am-10.45am Southfields Library, 02087801945
A special witches story time featuring spooky stories read in a witches hat with a selection of spooky books prepared for you to borrow.
3:30-4:30pm Battersea Library, 020 7223 2334
Mischief Makers: Undercover Masks
Make a goofy mask for some undercover mischief. Recommended for ages 4+. Free and drop in.
6.30-7.45pm Putney Library, 020 8780 3085 Women Of Note In Putney
A talk by Sue Rolfe about writers connected with Putney: Mary Wollstonecraft, Edna O’Brien, Jilly Cooper, George Eliot, and Beatrix Potter. In association with the Friends of Putney Library.

Thursday 6
1.30-2.30pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Parent & Baby Yoga
Sessions are designed to nurture parent and child interaction through a combination of massages and fun, low-impact stretches. The friendly sessions feature plenty of singing, rhyming and games to help parents and little yogis bond, get active and make new friends.
6.30-7.45 Putney Library, 020 8780 3085
Meet Author Sofka Zinovieff
Sofka Zinovieff talks about her new book Putney. “A great story and a riveting read. I’ll remember the characters forever”, Louis de Bernières

Friday 7
10am-12.30pm Wandsworth Town Library, 020 8877 1742

Hear To Help
Hear to Help Wandsworth run an information stand on the first Friday of every month. Come along to find out information on: hearing loss, deafness and tinnitus; deaf awareness; products and technology; strategies for effective communication; local services that support people living with deafness, tinnitus or hearing loss; Action on Hearing Loss services and campaigns.

Monday 10
6-6:55pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Yoga for all abilities
Our Yoga classes feature a range of exercises from energetic, full body workouts to relaxing more traditional sequences. Classes are suitable for all fitness levels and will run every Monday 6:00 - 6:55pm
5.30-7.45pm, Putney Library 020 8780 3085
Film Club
A new club at Putney Library, the first film is the 1942 classic Casablanca. No need to book Just turn up! Free popcorn!

Wednesday 12
10am-12pm Southfields Library, 020 8780 1945
DigiPals
Are you an older person struggling to use computers? Come along to this support session run by Age UK Wandsworth; use one of our computers or bring your own device.
10.15am-10.45am Southfields Library, 020 8780 1945
Puppet Story Time
Featuring a variety of different puppet animal stories and a selection of animal puppet and pop-up books to borrow. Ages2+
10.45am-11.45am Southfields Library, 02087801945
Peppa Pig craft activity
Children can colour in a make their favourite Peppa Pig mask. Ages 2+ 

Thursday 13
12.30-1.30pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Parent & Baby Yoga
Sessions are designed to nurture parent and child interaction through a combination of massages and fun, low-impact stretches. The friendly sessions feature plenty of singing, rhyming and games to help parents and little yogis bond, get active and make new friends. 
3.30-7.30pm Tooting Library, 020 8767 0543
Roald Dahl Day
Colouring, simple craft, and quizzes for children of all ages available in the Children’s Library all evening. No need to book just come along.

Saturday 15
10.30-11.00am Southfields Library, 02087801945
Dad’s Baby Rhyme Time
A chance for dads to come and sing and learn some nursery rhymes to enjoy with their children. Bad singers are welcome! Ages 0-4 

Monday 17
6-6:55pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Yoga for all abilities
Our Yoga classes feature a range of exercises from energetic, full body workouts to relaxing more traditional sequences. Classes are suitable for all fitness levels and will run every Monday 6:00 - 6:55pm

Wednesday 19
10.15-10.45am Southfields Library, 02087801945
Yummy/Yucky Story time
Stories about food. Some nice. Some not so nice.

Thursday 20
12.30-1.30pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Parent & Baby Yoga
Sessions are designed to nurture parent and child interaction through a combination of massages and fun, low-impact stretches. The friendly sessions feature plenty of singing, rhyming and games to help parents and little yogis bond, get active and make new friends.

Friday 21
2-3pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Brain Workshop
Cogniciti are holding a free workshop for the over 50s. Please book in advance. Basic computer skills are required

Monday 24
3-5pm Putney Library, 020 8780 3085
Action On Hearing Loss
Resources and advice on hearing loss, deafness and tinnitus
6-6:55pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Yoga for all abilities
Our Yoga classes feature a range of exercises from energetic, full body workouts to relaxing more traditional sequences. Classes are suitable for all fitness levels and will run every Monday 6:00 - 6:55pm

Tuesday 25
10am-12pm Tooting Library, 020 8767 0543
Digipals
Are you an older person struggling to use computers? Come along to this support session run by Age UK Wandsworth; use one of our computers or bring your own device.
6-7pm Tooting Library, 020 8767 0543
Reading Group
A new Reading Group for Tooting Library. Meets last Tuesday of the Month. Join us for a cuppa and a chat about all things relating to books and reading, plus, as a group we read and discuss a different book each month. All welcome. For details of this month’s book and to pick up a copy please come to the Tooting Library information desk on the ground floor. For more information email tooting.library@gll.org

Wednesday 26
10.15-10.45am Southfields Library, 0208701945
Noisy Story time
This will feature a selection of books with built in noises to make it like you are really there in the book. This story time will include the classic The Gruffalo.
11am-4pm Roehampton Library, 0208 246 6979
Reminiscence: Memories of a Lifetime
The National Archives represented by Michael and Iqbal, will be exhibiting images from their collection showing places and people from times past. Why not share your own memories? Participants will receive an A3 size “Reminiscence Token” of their chosen photograph accompanying a quoted memory and their name. To book a slot to share your memories, please speak to a member of the library staff.

Thursday 27
12.30-1.30pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Parent & Baby Yoga
Sessions are designed to nurture parent and child interaction through a combination of massages and fun, low-impact stretches. The friendly sessions feature plenty of singing, rhyming and games to help parents and little yogis bond, get active and make new friends.
7-8.30pm Earlsfield Library, 020 8946 2088
Coffee Morning

A range of delicious (hopefully) cakes, sweet treats, tea and coffee will be for sale to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Any donations welcome.

Saturday 29
10.30-11.00am Southfields Library, 02087801945
Dad’s Baby Rhyme Time
A chance for dads to come and sing and learn some nursery rhymes to enjoy with their children. Bad singers are welcome! Ages 0-4