PARKES LIBRARY HAS REOPENED FOR BUSINESS!
Parkes Library has now moved to our temporary location at 2/250 Clarinda Street and is open for business. Come in and take a look at all we have to offer including books, DVDs and CDs for loan, or sit down to read a wide selection of newspapers and magazines. If you need to access a computer we have six public computers available, as well as scanning and photocopying facilities.
All of your favourite Library programs will recommence during September including:
• Author-rised Writers Group and Book Club
• Once Upon A Storytime – Tuesday 10th@ 10:30am
• Storytime – Wednesday 11th @ 10:30am
• Rhymetime – Thursday 12th @ 10:30am
• Computer Classes will now be on Wednesday 9-10:30am
AN EVENING WITH THE TWO KELLYS – AUTHOR VISIT
Thursday, 19th September at 6pm Parkes Library
Move over Corbett and Barker, Kelly Rimmer and Kim Kelly are coming to town!
These two well-known Central West writers will be getting together to talk about taking their stories to the world and the triumphs and challenges of writing stories close to their hearts.
Kim Kelly is an acclaimed author of Australian historical fiction, stories of ordinary people enduring extraordinary times, told with lyrical charm. Kim hails from Millthorpe
and her new novella, Sunshine, is a tale of returned soldiers finding new lives out the back of Bourke – literally.
Kelly Rimmer is an internationally bestselling author of gripping women’s fiction.
Kelly hails from Orange and her new novel, The Things We Cannot Say, is a story of war, sacrifice, uncovering truths of the past, and the present – inspired by some very personal stories.
RSVP: 6861 2309, firstname.lastname@example.org