A page-turning, world-changing, book-loving fortnight of celebrations in Chiswick
Oxfam loves books and to prove it, they’re launching their Bookfest for the second time. This summer, Oxfam Bookfest will be bursting onto the book scene with a bang.
Starting on 3rd July and running for a page-turning, world-changing, book-loving fortnight of celebrations.
At Chiswick's Turnham Green Book and Music shop they’re celebrating their third birthday and Bookfest with:
• Wednesday 7th July 7pm: Pass on a Book kindly borrowed from Pass on a Poem. Read aloud a passage from your favourite book, or just come and listen. Submit a passage to read and your contact details to the manager at the email address below.
• Thursday 8th July 4- 5pm: Pass on a Poem for Children. Read aloud a favourite poem or just come and listen (suitable for 6-11 year olds), just bring yourself and a poem along.
• Sunday 11th July 2- 4pm: Unlocked Guides http://www.unlockedguides.com will be in the shop with great London based activities for children, just drop in.
• Thursday 15th July 7- 9pm: Bookclub evening reading ‘My Grandfather’s False Teeth’ with the author Roberta Aaron.
Apart from the Pass on a Book there is no need to register just drop into the shop: Oxfam Books and Music, 90 Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick W4 1QN, call 0208 995 6059 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
June 16, 2010