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Arts and Collectibles Market

Arts and Collectibles Market

Our most recent market on 18 September. Click below for photos.

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Friends of Greenhill Library AGM

Friends of Greenhill Library AGM

.Wednesday Oct 5 at 7pm. Click below for meeting link and papers

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24 Sept - 2 October

24 Sept - 2 October

Greener Greenhill are hosting a number of events during the week

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Status Update

Library Update 2nd October 2022

Our AGM will be held via zoom on Wednesday 5 October 2022 at 7pm. The meeting is open to all; however, only “Friends” may vote. To access the meeting papers and the zoom link, visit this page.

Our pre-school Storytime events,(Thursday morning), our Coder Dojo (Thursday after school) and our craft club (Friday after school)  have all restarted after the summer break.

Booking is open for our readathon (8 October), and our upcoming film showing (“Phantom of the Open” on 7 Oct) Head to greenhill.bookwhen.com. Our film events are all free but you may make a donation.

Our library in Lowedges is open on Mondays and Wednesdays. Click here for more info and here for details of our events program at Lowedges. 

Our coffee mornings continue on Thursdays. They run from 10.00 to 11.30  and offer tea, coffee, biscuits, and conversation. Sometimes there’s cake!

We offer free help to use your smartphone, tablet or laptop each Friday morning. Drop-in sessions from 10.00 to 11.30. More detail here

A good way to keep up to date with what’s going on is to subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter. More info here.

A history of Sheffield’s Libraries

Friday 21 October at 7.30

Val Hewson tells the story of libraries in Sheffield. There were the early subscription libraries associated with the non-conformist radicals who laid the foundations for much of the modern city, and the circulating libraries of the type you see in period dramas on television. Then, in 1856, came the pioneering public library, which rose, and fell and rose again. Val Hewson is the chair and editor of Reading Sheffield, a community history group celebrating the history of reading in the city.

Doors open / refreshments 7.00pm, talk starts 7.30

Tickets (£5) can be booked online using this link, or purchased from library reception.

Evening Cinema: Phantom of the Open

Friday 7th October at 7.30pm:
Phantom of the Open

This “always watchable” film has an “easy going appeal” according to empire magazine. Maurice Flitcroft, a dreamer and unrelenting optimist, managed to gain entry to The British Open Golf Championship Qualifying in 1976 and subsequently shot the worst round in Open history, becoming a folk hero in the process. Mark Rylance and Sally Hawkins star, Craig Roberts directs.

Doors open / refreshments 7.00pm, film starts 7.30.

This is a free showing. (You may make a donation on the night.) To be sure of a place please book ahead using this link.

Watch the trailer here

Staying Safe Online

Tuesday 18 October at 7.30 with Dr. Chris Brown

Are you worried about scams, phishing and viruses when you’re on-line? Join Chris in the library and learn how to recognise bogus emails, texts and phone calls, and what not to do when you get one. Pro-actively keep your computer secure and manage your passwords safely. Doors open 7.00pm, talk starts at 7.30. 

This is a free event and there is no need to book.

This event is part of the national Get Online Week organised by the Good Things Foundation