Mosman Library begins a new series of free monthly talks in July.
Monday Matters will cover a different topic each month. Subjects on the agenda include natural therapies, styling and fashion, literary discussions, travel, and legal matters. The sessions will be interactive and hands-on.
The talks will be held at Mosman Library on the first Monday of the month at 10.30am.
The initiative will be launched on Monday 5 July with a visit by Noeline Kyle who has written the story of the brutal murder of a child in an English village in 1860, which remained an unsolved crime until the sensational confession of the murderess years later.
If you are a true crime enthusiast you should come along to hear Noeline talk about A Greater Guilt.
Reader Services Librarian, Jane Roughley says to look out for a diverse range of speakers.
There will be something for everyone. The August speaker will be a former staff member who now has post-graduate degrees in chiropractic science and ‘wellness science’. He will be speaking about the way to achieve optimal health.
Monday Matters is free but please RSVP on 9978 4091.