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Last Updated May 2021 Also see the calendar below.
EVERY MONDAY EVENING
Your Event HERE!
Do you have an event you would like to hold at the library, or a matinee talk to give? Learn more and get in touch with us on the reading room hire page!
EVENTS AND OPENING TIMES “LIVE” CALENDAR. The Library is now Open from 1:30 till 4:30 pm Monday to Saturday inclusive. Reading Room Bookings can now be made for events in the mornings and evenings and includes the option for hiring the use of a full conference system including a 4k, 55 inch Monitor screen, 4k 180 degree camera, and group microphone/speaker system!
Saturday Matinees at The Library of Avalon
12 Noon to 1.30 pm on the first Saturday of each month.
LoA Matinee Talks to go Online.
Share your Wisdom & Support your Library
Plans are afoot to move our Saturday Matinees online via Zoom. These fortnightly talks proved popular and were one of the ways we raised much needed donations.
If you want to support your library into the future a great way would be to :
● Give an LoA Saturday Matinee talk on any subject with an esoteric aspect. Talks based on personal experience as well as on learning are most welcome.
● Attend an LoA Saturday Matinee in person or on line and donate what you can afford. All donations go towards the £150 the LoA needs to raise weekly.
● Technical support for the online broadcast will be given and talks will be advertised on the library Facebook and events pages, website and Newsletter.
● A live audience of four and an unlimited worldwide online audience can attend.
Coming Soon Music with Poetry Performance!:
Kim Ridgeon will be reading his original poetry accompanied by Ishtara Veen with live classical music on the piano, viola and violin.
Introduction by Kim while Ishtara plays Gymnopedies 1 & 2 by Eric Satie on the Piano.
Poems on spring
Sky Dance – Gymnopedie 3 , Eric Satie on Piano
January Dream and Beneath All This – Sicilienne Op. 78 , Gabriel Fauré on Viola
Awakening – Sonata 1 Largo & Allegro , William Flackton on Viola
A Slight Seasonal Uncertainty – Sonata in D Allegro Op.1 No.13 , G.F. Handel on Violin
April Morning at Withiel Combe – Sonata in A Adagio Op.1 No.14 , G.F. Handel on Violin
May Afternoon Morte Point – Idylle Op.4 No.1 , Edward Elgar on Violin
To close: 3 Autobiographical poems combined with Gnossiennes 1, 2 & 3 by Eric Satie on the Piano.
Shadow on the Tor on Dragons (Francis Oliver Brad Crowley)
Palie Maridly?? on the Mystical Rose?
Peter Longdon Sacred sights in Spain
Dive into the past!
Read about past events and old news on the old news page, maybe you’ll become inspired to help create our future…
updated August 2021