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Christmas fayre, Harry Potter, and Stick Man at Yarmouth library

PUBLISHED: 11:47 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:26 29 November 2017

Great Yarmouth Library on Tolhouse Street.
May 2011

Picture: James Bass

Great Yarmouth Library on Tolhouse Street. May 2011 Picture: James Bass

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2011

Christmas is coming to Great Yarmouth library on Saturday.

The popular community hub is hosting its festive fayre from 11am to 2pm with a DVD sale, knitted items, charm reading, craft and cakes.

Meanwhile the History of Magic exhibition inspired by Harry Potter continues.

In partnership with the British Library it features displays about spells and magic.

The display includes specially designed panels showing images of rare books, manuscripts and magical objects featured in the British Library’s exhibition, as well as images of material from JK Rowling and Bloomsbury’s own collections.

There is a family trail and on December 9, 11-1pm there are family crafts on a magical theme.

Also on Thursday December 14 there is drama, adventure, songs, role-play and story telling with a professional tutor from Little Peoples Drama Company.

The event which revolves around the character of Stick Man is for two to four year olds, £4 per child.

Book via 01493 844551 or email Yarmouth.lib@norfolk.gov.uk.

Other Great Yarmouth events

A deep-sea adventure, Octonauts: Shark Mission, is being launched at Great Yarmouth Sea Life from Saturday.

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The Blitz spirit will be celebrated at Filby with vintage songs and singalongs from the wartime era.

Tue, 16:05

A showcase of comedy, music and other entertainment will be performed at St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth on Thursday and organised by Harbour Radio.

Tue, 12:04

A companion dog show is being held to raise funds for the dementia team at the James Paget University Hospital.

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