Pop in to see our latest display in the library. Books from our stock that were being read in 1952. It was a good year for films too!
Starting on Monday May 30 and as part of our continuing series for exhibitions in the library, to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, we are hosting an exhibition of memorabilia from 1952. Come along and take a trip down memory lane......
Every Saturday morning from 9.30-10am during the summer. Starting 28 May. In the perfect setting - the Priory Garden on Cove Wynd (entrance by gate next to the Library) FREE DROP-IN SESSIONS - no need to book Sessions will be held indoors during wet weather. For more information, email the Library email@example.com
Putin and his Russia John Lloyd Moscow Correspondent for the Financial times Anstruther-born journalist John Lloyd will, through a description of Putin and of Russian society now, consider what are the possibilities for the West to again attempt to put in place a security architecture in Europe which might get at least grudging assent all round.
Treasures from Fife in the National Museum of Scotland Dr David Caldwell FSA, FSAScot identifies items of interest because of their Fife connection. They range in type from wood panelling from St Andrews Castle to leather guns and the precious possessions of a castaway.
An interesting review of The Europeans by Orlando Figes, who is Professor of History at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is a British historian and writer well known for his works on Russian and European History including Natasha’s Dance and Crimea: The Last Crusade. The subject of The Europeans, while set in the 19th century, is very relevant to the politics of the world today.
Our latest series of evening talks has a fantastic line up of speakers with fascinating subjects. Running from 7 April to 16 June tickets for all talks are now on sale from the library. Details of each talk will be published here on our What's On page and on our Facebook page nearer the time.