Library events

Valentine's Book Folding Craft for Adults

Make a love heart shaped design in this Valentine's day themed book folding craft for adults. £3 per person. Book via Eventbrite.

Cookham Library

  • Thursday 9 February. 2.30pm. 

Datchet Library 

  • Tuesday 7 February. 2.30pm. 

Maidenhead Library

  • Friday 10 February. 3.30pm.

Old Windsor Library 

  • Wednesday 8 February. 2.30pm. 

Share the Love - Valentine's Themed Stories and Crafts

Windsor Library

  • Monday 13 February. 10.30am - 11.30am.
  • Thursday 16 February. 10.30am - 11.30am.

Suitable for ages 4 to 9. 

Writing Workshops with David Palin

Windsor Library

Tuesday 21 February, 28 February, 7 March, 14 March. 7.15pm.

A series of four interactive workshops to start you on your writing journey from inspiration to publication. £4 per session. Book via Eventbrite

Mexico Comes to Sunninghill Library

Sunninghill Library

Thursday 16 March. 7pm. 

A talk, Mexican supper and exhibition with Ian Jacobs and Karin Sartorius. £5 per person. Book via Eventbrite.

Exhibition also available to view from Monday 13 March - Saturday 18 March during library opening hours.

Fraud Prevention Advice  

Windsor Library

  • Monday 6 February. 11.30am - 1pm. 
  • Wednesday 22 February. 2.30pm - 4pm. 

Drop-in and meet our Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs), who will be offering fraud prevention advice.

Meet our Police Community Support Officers 

Maidenhead Library 

Get advice how to make our communities safer.

  • Monday 6 February 10am - 1pm.
  • Monday 6 March 10am - 1pm.

Fun with Watercolours 

Dedworth Library

Painting for fun club. Every second and fourth Thursday of the month, 10.30am - 12.30pm. No experience needed, all materials supplied. Donations accepted. To book, please visit Dedworth Library or phone 01753 868733.

Invent and Create with Lego

Windsor Library

Saturday 11 February. 11am - 12.30pm. 

Drop-in and have fun inventing your own Lego creations.

Exploring Islam with Professor Hugh Goddard 

Thursday 23 February 7.30pm. 

Join Professor Hugh Goddard on Zoom for a talk on Islam. Professor Goddard is Honorary Professorial Fellow in the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre for the Study of Islam in the Contemporary World at the University of Edinburgh. £5 per person. Book via Eventbrite. 

Friends in Need Book Group

A new book group will be running monthly at Maidenhead Library by Friends in Need. Friends in Need is a free support group and wellbeing community for people affected by stress, social isolation, depression and anxiety.

For more information, please contact Laura Nash at laura.nash@bucksmind.org.uk or call 07944 896353.

Repair Café 

Maidenhead Library

The next Café is on Saturday 11 February 10am - 3pm.

A repair café is a volunteer-run event where repair coaches assist visitors in carrying out repairs together with the idea to extend the use of things and avoid throwing stuff away.

Learn new skills, meet new people and create a habit of repairing and reusing things.

Pre-book a free ticket via Eventbrite.

Alternatively, email us on repair.maidenhead@gmail.com.

Get more involved

We're always looking for volunteers to join us, if you'd like to get involved email Gabi on repair.maidenhead@gmail.com.

Pop-Up Poetry group at Maidenhead Library

The Pop-Up Poetry group meet in Maidenhead Library during the first week of every month.

The next meeting will be on 6 February from 2.15pm - 3.45pm. The theme will be Saint Valentine's Day. 

Please contact dianaleclercq@btconnect.com for further information.

Community Learning and Skills Service

In partnership with Slough Borough Council, staff will be based at Maidenhead Library every Tuesday 10am – 4pm and Wednesday 1pm – 4pm.

Information about adult courses include:

  • ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages)
  • Digital Skills
  • English
  • Maths
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Employability

For more information, email lifelonglearning@slough.gov.uk

New Groups and Clubs at Windsor Library 

  • Knit and Natter. Interested in joining our new Knit and Natter group? Enjoy knitting, crochet and making new friends along the way.
  • Games Club. Do you enjoy playing board games and cards? Would you like to meet up with other people with the same interests at the library?
  • Puzzle Swap. We are setting up a new Puzzle Swap club. Bring your old puzzles (with all the pieces) and help yourself to one left by someone else. 

To join one of these new groups or clubs and for more information contact us on 01753 743940 or windsor.library@rbwm.gov.uk 

Rhymetime

Every Thursday 11.30am - midday at Maidenhead Library

Rhymetime with Riyaz

Every other Saturday 10.30am -11am at Maidenhead Library

IT Help

Knit and Natter

Do you love to knit or crochet, or maybe you are just a beginner?

Knit and Natter provides an opportunity to get together informally with like-minded people, have a good chat and do some knitting at the same time. 

Pick up your needles and yarn and join one of our cheerful Knit and Natter group. 

Our groups meet at:

No need to book, just drop in.

Storytimes

No need to book just turn up and join in the fun. We look forward to sharing stories with you.

Weekly:

Weekly (term time only):

Biweekly:

  • Cox Green Library: Every other Thursday, 2.15pm - 2.45pm. Story and Rhyme Time. 2 February. 
  • Eton Wick Library: Every other Friday, 10.30am - 11.30am. 3 February, 17 February. Story and Rhyme Time.

Monthly:

  • Horton Pop-Up Library: Monday 27 February, 20 March, 24 April, 15 May, 12 June and 3 July. 11am - 11.30am. New Storytime.

Please also see our Employment Support Events page.

Libraries : Contact details

For further information, please contact us by:

Library services - Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
St Ives Road
Maidenhead SL6 1QU
Telephone: 01628 796969