Lego Club @ Augusta Library

Join our hour long Lego club session to take on new challenges with all the Lego provided. Best suited to children over 5 years and bookings are essential. Phone the library now on 9780 5670 to reserve your child’s place. Augusta Library Lego Club also has craft activities for those who would like to participate.

 

Helen Henderson in conversation with Bill Bunbury

Helen Henderson with interesting questions and a conversation with Bill Bunbury about her recently published book: ‘A greater prize than gold : Augustus Oldfield, 19th century botanical collector and ethnographer in Australia’. A copy is in the library if you would like to read it before the talk.

Light refreshments provided after the talk with a chance to purchase a copy of the book. RSVP to amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au or Ph 9780 5600

Rebecca Hannan Book Launch: ‘The 30 Day Momentum Maker Challenge’

Meet The Momentum Maker! 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. Rebecca will have her books available for sale on the night including her latest “The 30 Day Momentum Maker Challenge”

Light refreshments provided.

Annabel Smith writing workshop: session 2

Who, What & Why? The Plotting Triangle (3-hour workshop)
Target Audience: Fiction writers, especially those writing or planning to write longer works (novellas and novels)
Summary: This hands-on interactive workshop will equip participants with the tools for plotting a novel/la. It is suitable for people at any stage of a writing project and includes plenty of practice opportunities, as well as a framework which will empower participants to continue to build their expertise and confidence with plotting after the workshop.
• 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

RSVP to secure your place as numbers are limited. amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au or Ph: 9780 5600

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Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600
Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au