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Whats On : July 2008
7 Holiday fun *How to make an autograph book – Friday 11 July 10.30am. Be ready when you meet your favourite celebrity or get your friends to add their names – who knows, they could be famous one day, too. Ideal for primary school age children. Special interest groups *English conversation skills – Thursdays 1-3pm. Enjoy practising English conversation skills in a friendly relaxed environment. Call Amelia on (07) 3849 7070 for more information. Scribblers on Sunday – Sunday 13 July 10am-12.30pm. Creative writing and poetry group. Call Rae (07) 3395 0797 for more information. Carindale Library book discussion group – Wednesday 16 July 1pm. Call Karen on (07) 3899 8371 for more information. Carindale writer’s group – Thursdays 10 and 24 July 9am. Call Beverley on (07) 3821 1245 for more information. Writers’ Worx – Sunday 27 July 1-3.45pm. Group assignments, readings and critiques to improve writing skills. Call Robyn on (07) 3847 9116 for more information. Chermside Library (07) 3403 7200 Children’s events Dads and boys – Writing workshop with Pat Flynn – Sunday 13 July 1-2pm. Join author, former tennis-pro, surfer and skateboarder Pat Flynn. Fathers and their sons together will write their own short story about their favourite sport. Ideal for fathers with their sons age 7-12 years. Dads and boys – Make your own robot with Renee Dillon – Sunday 20 July 1-2pm. Learn how to make a fast-moving robot from an old toothbrush! Ideal for fathers with their sons age 7-12 years. Dads and boys – Adventure in Antarctica with Anthony Eaton – Sunday 27 July 1-2pm. Join author Anthony Eaton as he talks about his recent trip to Antarctica. Ideal for fathers with their sons age 7-12 years. Children’s storytime – Wednesdays and Sundays 10.30-11.15am. Babies, books and rhymes – Mondays and Fridays 11-11.30am. Ideal for babies up to two years. Classes and workshops *Mousercise – Sunday 13 July 1.30-3pm and Tuesday 15 July 9-10.30am. Learn how to navigate a computer screen using a mouse. *eLearners – Four week computer course beginning Wednesday 2 July and continuing each Wednesday 9-11am. Please note: The following sessions require basic mouse skills. *Genealogy online – Sunday 6 July 1.30-3pm. Presented by the Queensland Family History Society. *Introduction to computers – Sunday 20 July 1.30-3pm and Tuesday 22 July 9-10.30am. *Introduction to the internet – Tuesdays 1 and 29 July 9-10.30am and Sunday 27 July 1.30-3pm. *Introduction to email – Tuesday 8 July 9-10.30am and Thursday 24 July 1.30-3pm. *Digital scrapbooking – Thursday 10 July 1.30-3pm. Learn how to create simple scrapbooking pages using your stored digital photos. Please bring your digital photos stored on USB memory stick or CDROM and your USB memory stick or writable CD to save your scrapbook. *Your laptop in the library – Thursday 31 July 1.30-3pm. Learn how to access wirelss internet in the library. Displays MoB Out and About Exhibition: Shakespeare in Brisbane – Thursday 2 July – Sunday 3 August. This Museum of Brisbane exhibition considers how Brisbane audiences and performers have responded to The Bard since the first local performance in 1865. Holiday fun Daisy May, the impossibly cool cat: a mini-musical – Tuesday 8 July 11am. See page 3 for details. Ideal for primary school age children. Special interest groups *Book club – Tuesday 8 July 6.30-8.30pm. Contact Andrea on (07) 3359 6372 for more information. *Writers group – Thursday 31 July 1.30-3.30pm. Book chat – Friday 18 July 1.30-2.30pm. Coopers Plains Library (07) 3403 1530 Book clubs Saturday morning book club – Saturday 5 July 10am. Pickwick book club – Wednesday 2 July 12 noon-2.30pm. Read and discuss Reading Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi.