Getting things done – Blackness Library #dundeewestend

A resident recently suggested it might be helpful in advertising events within Blackness Library is there was a noticeboard outside advertising activities within the library.
I took this excellent idea up with the Head of Library and Information Services and she has responded positively as follows :
“We are in agreement that this is a great idea.  Budget and planning permission may be hurdles, but we will look into this and see what is achievable.”
I will keep residents updated with progress.

West End Reading Group meeting #dundeewestend

The West End Reading Group is a book club based at Blackness Library. 
This book club is set up to encourage all people to read and become more aware of the literature of authors of African, Caribbean and African American heritage. 
Meeting 5.30pm to 6.30pm on the second Monday of every month and the next meeting is tomorrow – Monday 10th June – when it will discuss “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”, the first volume of autobiography written by Maya Angelou.
In this book, she describes her childhood in the American South in the 1930s. 
Maya Angelou won many awards including the National Medal of Arts, the Presidential Medal of freedom, the Lincoln Medal and the Norman Mailer Prize. 
The group looks forward to welcoming you tomorrow at 5.30pm.