Saltford Library sets sail for an evening of stories for young and old
Don't miss the boat with Saltford Library's free "story ship" event on Tuesday 19 March – part of Bath & North East Somerset Council's "After Hours" campaign to promote the wider use of libraries.
Professional storyteller Fiona Eadie will be telling stories to entertain, engage and inspire all age groups – from 5 to 105! Fiona studied at the International School of Storytelling in Sussex and now tells stories in libraries, museums, historic houses, arts centres, schools and outdoors!
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Councillor David Dixon (Lib-Dem, Oldfield), Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods, said: "The Friends of Saltford Library, Saltford Inter-generational Project and Bath & North East Somerset Council's Library Service are providing this exciting evening. We welcome the young and not-so-young to get together for the age-old activity of listening to intriguing tales in a friendly and informal atmosphere. We hope that this will be one of many inter-generational events to happen at the library."
Come to Saltford Library on Tuesday 19 March for a cup of non-alcoholic 'grog' and nibbles between 6.30pm and 7pm. Don't miss the boat as the story ship sets sail at 7pm prompt. It should be moored back on the "shores of reality" again at 8pm.
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