Find a group to learn a new skill, or come along to one of our regular craft fairs.
In accordance with government advice to limit the spread of COVID-19, all activities and events at Richmond upon Thames Libraries are suspended until further notice.
Take a break at our relaxing monthly sessions as we read a selection of non-fiction material together.
You will be under no pressure to read or participate more than you want, and there's no need to read anything beforehand.
Join us at our wonderful Craft fairs where local crafters will be selling hand made wares, including ceramics, prints, handmade hair accessories, cards, henna and much more.
There is a craft for everyone! Take part in a workshop and get creative this Spring.
Join us at one of our knitting, crocheting and embroidery groups. Each group meets twice a month between 10am and 12 noon. Just turn up with yarn and needles to join in.
Contact Kew Library for further information.
Contact Richmond Library Annexe for further information.
Contact East Sheen Library for further information.
Contact Castelnau Library for further information.
Need a midweek pick-me-up? Eyes down and have a bit of fun! Weekly prizes to be won.
To book, visit Ham Library or phone 020 8734 3354 and speak to a member of staff.
Practice your Italian in a small group with a native speaker. Come and join the conversation with other learners and enthusiasts and gain confidence under the supervision of native Italian speaking volunteers! Speakers of all levels are invited to participate, although previous knowledge of Italian is helpful.
Free event, booking essential. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
Our crafty Make Do and Mend classes take place from 10am to 12 noon every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Charges may apply - contact your local group facilitator for further details.
Are you aged over 65 years and interested in socialising in an informal and friendly setting? Do you enjoy listening to talks on history and local interest topics?
Then our Reminiscence Café is just the right thing for you! Each month the Reminiscence Café provides a space to socialise and enjoy talks on a variety of topics by guest speakers.
Whether you are a board game enthusiast or new to the scene, come and join us for a new monthly open gaming event and have fun, meet new people and try a new game or two. Choose from the dozens of games available or bring along your favourite to share.
Booking is not required as these are drop-in sessions. For over 18s only.
'Ham is where the heart is' is an exciting new Heritage Lottery Funded oral history project (also supported by Ham Amenities Group and Petersham United Charities) which needs your help to capture unique and fascinating stories.
We need people to be trained to conduct interviews, suggestions for interviewees; volunteers to undertake background research, donations or loans of photographs and memorabilia for copying; help with establishing a website and setting up a learning resource, and much more.
For more information, please visit the Ham is where the heart is website.
In association with Ham United Group.
Join us in a friendly and welcoming environment and meet new people, share news, and have a chat over a cup of coffee and a biscuit. If you fancy a change from your usual morning routine then we look forward to meeting you!
Do you have a passion for poetry? Would you like to have a go at writing your own material under the guidance of a published poet? Then this group might be for you! Each informal session will explore poetry from different authors, followed by a discussion over tea and biscuits, and the chance to write your own poem.
Updated: 3 August 2020