Information about events for adults at your libraries in the borough. Booking is required for most events.
Special events for adults
We host a variety of special events and workshops in our libraries for adults throughout the year such as author events, history talks and craft workshops.
Register to attend an event
You can book to attend an event by emailing email@example.com, phoning Librariesline on 020 7361 3010 or registering online if the event is on Eventbrite.
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- Monday 22 July: healthy living with essential oils
- Tuesday 23 July: digital help with your own device at North Kensington Library
- Monday 29 July: king of the cats talk with J S Jones
- Wednesday 31 July: digital help with your own device at Brompton Library
- Monday 2 September: digital help with your own device at Chelsea Library
Would you like some help in using the library's digital resources? If you'd like to learn how to download an eBook, eNewspaper or eMagazine - then come along to one of our special digital help sessions.
We'll also show you how to download and use apps including the library's new My Library app. Please being along a smartphone, tablet or eReader so that you can receive one to one tutoring with your own device.
Free and no need to book a place, just turn up.
- Monday 22 July
- 6 to 7.30pm
- Chelsea Library
Join Sonal Patel, an essential oils educator and naturopathic nutrition expert, on a talk about how essential oils can reduce the toxins and chemical exposure in and around your home, and can support mental and emotional health.
Learn how these essential oils can become your natural first aid kit for you and your family.
- Monday 29 July
- 6.30 to 7.30pm
- Kensington Central Library
Come along to this detailed introduction to the mighty Panthera Tigris and why they should be protected. This talk, by author J S Jones, covers everything from the fun to the macabre.
You will learn truly astonishing facts about tigers, examine their reputation as man-eaters and whether such a term is applicable. You will also learn how you can do your bit for tiger preservation.
J S Jones, known as Jon-Jon, is the author of Tiger! Tiger! Tiger!
We also have regular events for adults in our libraries that happen every week or month.