Sunday 22nd September, 1 – 3.30pm at the Rosa Brook Community Hall
Award winning author Josh Langley will take participants on a storytelling journey based on his books: ‘Being You is Enough’ and ‘It’s OK to Feel the Way You Do’. Afterwards, Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s Drew McKenzie will guide a beautiful wildflower walk. Afternoon tea and children’s activities included. RSVP to this FREE event to Jessica Black Ph: 9780 5276 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: The wildflower walk will take a leisurely pace, returning to Rosa Brook Hall in under an hour. Please bring your own hat, water bottle and comfortable footwear. Children’s activities include a natural potion station (BYO smock/apron) and a storytelling tent.
If you are over 10 years old and love books, come to Book Chat at Margaret River Library this Monday 26th August at 4.30pm for recommended reads and fun book related activities.
Saturday 31st August, 2 – 3pm at the Margaret River Library. RSVP to reserve your seat. Email: email@example.com or Ph: 9780 5600
Light refreshments will be provided after the talk and Margaret River Bookshop will be on hand with books for sale.
Thursday 4th July, 6 – 7:30pm at the Margaret River Library
Have you received your new bin? Want to find out more about waste reduction and our new three bin service? We kick start this year’s Low Impact Living Program with a two-part information session hosted by Jackie Dickson – Shire of Augusta Margaret River Waste Education and Projects Officer and sustainability, waste reduction wizard Nirala Hunt. In part one of this session Jackie will talk us through how to navigate our three-bin service including what to put where and why and where our stuff goes once we pop it in the bin. In the second half of this session, Shopping for the Planet, Nirala will look at shopping choices and how we can make changes to our consumption patterns that have benefits not only for our hip pocket, but also assist us as a society to reduce the amount of waste we create. If this sounds like your cup of tea, we would love to see you there.
Alternatively, contact the library E: firstname.lastname@example.org or P: 9780 5600.
Due to schedule maintenance, some online services may be intermittently unavailable between 2pm – 6pm on Saturday and Sunday (15th & 16th June).
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Join Rebecca Hannan as she talks candidly about a time in her life when she wasn’t taking care of herself. Everyone around Rebecca saw a successful professional woman doing it all, but the things in life that were most important to her were being dismissed. It cost her dearly in many areas of her life, she knew something had to change. So she created a challenge to pull herself out of her funk and into her flow. Rebecca has shared this challenge with many of her clients and now it’s time to share it with the world.
Thursday 30th May, 6 – 7:30pm. Light refreshments provided.
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Who, What & Why? The Plotting Triangle writing workshop. Saturday 25th May, 9:30am – 12:30pm.
There are still a few places left for this writing workshop so get in touch with the library soon.
Summary: This hands-on interactive workshop will equip participants with the tools for plotting for fiction writing. It is suitable for people at any stage of a writing project.
- Understand the three sides of the plot ‘triangle’: who? what? and why?
- Understand the elements of a scene & how scenes push the plot forward
- Understand the relationship between character & plot
- Create a plot outline for your story using a six-point story arc structure
This 3 hour workshop is free but spaces are limited. RSVP’s essential to amrlibrary @amrshire.wa.gov.au or ph: 9780 5600