Nom Nom Nom Book Group – The tastiest new reader group in Wakefield!

Nom, Nom, Nom Book group – The tastiest new reader group in WakefieldWAKEFIELD LIBRARIES

Wakefield Libraries present The Nom Nom Nom book group – the tastiest new reader group in Wakefield, the launch of which will take place in the Rhubarb festival marquee at 2.15 on Saturday 22nd February. The group will be an informal reader-group, meeting monthly whose members are interested in food and cookery and want to share experiences and recipes with like-minded individuals. Members of all cooking abilities are welcome, you don’t have to be of bake-off or masterchef standard to enjoy your food and cooking it!

The Nom, Nom, Nom book group will meet monthly on the first Saturday of each month 2-3pm at the Create café, below Wakefield Library and Museum at Wakefield One, Burton Street. The inaugural book club meeting will  take place on the 1st March and the club will give members the opportunity to try new cookery writers, ingredients and experiment with different cuisines and share their results (and disasters!) within a friendly group.

The first meeting on the 1st March 2-3pm will include a chance to borrow one of 15 library reader group copies of our first reading book – The Hairy Dieters Cook Book, to experiment with throughout March, which will be issued to library members on a first come-first served basis of course…Library members just bring yourself, a copy of your favourite recipe to share and your library card!

If you don’t already have a Wakefield district library card, library membership is free, visit our website www.wakefield.gov.uk/libraries  for details of how to sign up at your nearest library branch.

The cookery book reader group is a free library service event. Refreshments will be available to purchase in the café before, during and after the book club meeting.

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Posted on January 20, 2014, in Events, Library news, Readers Groups, Wakefield, What's On. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Is this likely to be rolled out I to branch libraries? It sounds right up my street but unfortunately clashes with my weekend working.

    Jill

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    • claireatwakefieldlibraries

      Yes, we are hoping it will prove popular and that sattelite groups will form eventually as they do currently with reader groups, either volunteer led and supported with books by libraries, or that there will be significant interest at local libraries who choose to set one up. We are looking for volunteers to set up local groups so please let us know if this is something you might want to do!

  2. SleepyDragon1320

    Reblogged this on Sleepy Book Dragon and commented:
    This looks yummy!

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