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booksInterested in art and creativity? Feeling a little stuck?

Come and mingle with like-minded individuals and share coffee and ideas. Open to everyone interested in creativity – if you’re a beginner or someone more advanced.

Activities planned include speed debating, Parashare – bring a paragraph to share from a favourite book or your own writing, and other writers’ games.

This event is part of the Other worlds, other voices Rochester Literary Festival.
Saturday, 23 March 10am to 12noon, Strood Library. Book your free place by phoning 01634 335890 or just turn up on the day.

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This month (July) Medway Libraries is encouraging visitors to be creative, and meet new people in the process.
Strood Library is hosting a social event on Saturday, 14 July for those people who are interested in writing, painting, photography and acting.
The idea is to encourage people from all age groups and walks of life to meet and mingle. Open to all artists from beginners to professionals.
Creative minds: meeting like minds is on Saturday, 14 July from 10am to 12.30pm at Strood Library. Places are limited. To book a place phone 01634 335890 or email strood.library@medway.gov.uk

Make some noise in your local library this month (June) when an annual campaign kicks off to bring together public libraries and blind and partially sighted people. More

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