• Fact or fiction - how do books begin?
  • Yoga with Ann Nicol
  • A Cornish Stranger by Liz Fenwick
  • Meditation session with Isabelle
  • The Forgiving Sand by Theresa Le Flem

St Ives Library

Gabriel Street

Monday 15th. Wednesday 17th. Monday 22nd. Wednesday 24th. Yoga with Ann Nicol
Work with your body to help improve flexibility, strength, coordination, physical and mental wellbeing. Suitable for all levels of experience. £7.50 (concessions £6.50)

Monday 15th. The Forgiving Sand
Author Theresa Le Flem will read extracts from and talk primarily about The Forgiving Sand and how it was inspired by her living in St Ives during the 1960s. £3.25

Wednesday 17th. Paper Beads and Jewellery
Make your own paper beads and jewellery with Jo McIntosh. Price includes materials. £15.50

Friday 19th & Friday 26th. Meditation Session with Isabelle
Meditation simply explained, aids relaxation, promotes positivity, relieves stress, worry and anxiety, tips for home practice, non denominational. £2.25

Friday 19th. Word Magic
Come and try your hand at a writing workshop which will enable you to use word magic in order to find or rediscover your own voice. Learn how just six minutes a day can release your creative spirit. £5.50

Friday 19th. Dark Eden – Ann Kelley.
Local author and poet Ann Kelley reading from and talking about her latest book ‘Dark Eden’. £3.25

Friday 19th. Writing for Children and Teens
Best selling, award winning author Chris Higgins will be talking about writing for children and teenagers. Event suitable for fans of all ages and those who are seeking to break into the world of published writing. £3.25

Monday 22nd. Talk by John Tagholm: How do books begin? Fact into fiction, fiction into fact
John Tagholm, who writes fiction as well as factual books, talks about the process of making facts work in fiction and dividing the facts from the fiction in factual books. £3.25

Wednesday 24th. Cupcake Pin Cushions
Create your own cupcake pin cushion with Jo McIntosh. Price includes materials. £15.50

Wednesday 24th. Investigating Murder
Retired Detective Inspector David Murthwaite talks about the immediate impact on communities when a murder occurs, the initial police response, the Golden Hour period and the setting up and structuring of a major investigation team. He compares this with the impression portrayed on screen and in fiction. Attendees will be invited to make decisions at various stages of investigation. £3.25

Friday 26th. Walking with Wilkie
Retracing Wilkie Collins 1850 walking tour of Cornwall. £3.25

Friday 26th. A Cornish Stranger.
Popular author Liz Fenwick whose first two books were also set in Cornwall, A Cornish House and A Cornish Affair will be talking about her third book – A Cornish Stranger. £3.25