Events at Westminster Reference Library
Nightmare Hunter before Christmas
Thursday 12 December, 7.00 - 9.00pm
Christmas is coming and the geese are getting fat…. Which unfortunately attracts trolls.
So with the season so close could you protect yourself if a Krampus came down the chimney rather than a jolly fat man? Can you tell the difference between an abominable snowman and Frosty?
If not, help is at hand. Author Kit Cox will be bringing his creation “Major Jack Union: Monster Hunter” to Westminster Reference Library. Please click here to book a place.
Housing, Welfare Benefits and Debt drop in Sessions
17 December 2013, 7 January 2014, and every fortnight on Tuesdays thereafter
Shelter, the leading housing & homelessness charity, is holding FREE drop in sessions at Westminster Reference Library to advise on Housing, Welfare Benefits & Debt issues.
You will receive 30 minutes of advice and if necessary may be booked onto further appointments for follow up work.
To book a session please contact the library in person or by phone 020 7641 6200 (ext.2)
or email email@example.com.
|Event||Time / date||Info|
|Drop in Business Advice Sessions||Monthly||Business Advice Sessions with Business Consultant Colin Rutt. This group session is held on the same day as the monthly of the BIP Enterprise Club. For details and invitations to next Business Advice surgery please see Eventbrite.|
Basics and beyond :
Free one-to-one computer sessions
|Monthly - last Wednesday of each Month||Basics and Beyond Free computer sessions A friendly and knowledgeable volunteer tutor can help you handle a mouse, send that special email, or improve on the computer skills you already have. These sessions are tailored to you - just tell us what you would like to learn! Simply contact Westminster Reference Library to book a 30 minute session.|
Healthy Westminster: Men's Health Awareness
|First Wednesday of each month, from 10.00am to 12.00 noon||For more information, please see the Health events page.|
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