Immerse yourself in your natural surroundings, and explore stories about people and places with us.
Reading in Nature | Monday 4th July
Tales amongst the trees, you are invited to join Michelle Barrett for a monthly ‘Reading in Nature’ group where we will immerse in our natural surroundings, whilst exploring great stories about people and places. The group is for everybody, whether you love books or have never read before — come along for a friendly chat.
We will be meeting at Netherton Library at 1:00pm. Please wear sensible shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather.
Book through Eventbrite here or ask a librarian!
About Canal Walks & Readings
All biological life – animals, plants, fungi, bacteria, and other single-celled organisms – depends on the existence of water. We are intimately linked to water, with our own bodies being 70% water.
Over 6 months, join us and artist Greg Herbert to explore our connection with the canal and riversides – slow, winding spaces that connect Bootle Library to Netherton Library. We will see the canal change over the seasons and gain a deeper understanding of the species and biological life that live alongside and within it. Along the way, we will explore fermenting, air quality, and underwater life, fungus, and wetlands.
Alongside monthly walks, you are invited to join a monthly ‘Reading in Nature’ group led by Michelle Barrett, where we will immerse in natural surroundings whilst exploring great stories about people and places. The group is for everybody, whether you love books or have never read before — come along for a friendly chat.
“Canal Walks & Readings” is an At the Library project supported and funded by Canal & River Trust.
Netherton LibraryGlover’s Lane
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