Here’s some lovely things to do at home. Check our Facebook page for more, just search Friends of Ryde Library on Facebook.

Anyone love doing Word searches? Angie is posting a new one every Wednesday on our Facebook page.Try the ones below.

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Celebrate the Chinese New Year with us. 2021 is the year of the ox. Why not try making this simple origami ox envelope, complete with festive greeting inside, to send to a friend or family member? There’s also a lovely picture for you to colour and some fun facts.

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May be an image of text that says "FACTS ABOUT Chinese New Year Chinese new year is celebrated each year at is determined by the Chinese lunar calendar. This year, the celebration starts on 12 February. 1/4 world's population celebrate the Chinese new year! Every Chinese New Year starts a new animal's zodiac year, 2021 is the year of the ox. Foods are eaten for their mbolic meaning The more dumplings you can eat, the more money you will make in the new year."

Angie shows you how to make an origami shirt and tie card ready for Fathers Day

Here’s some origami indoor lights to make

and an origami baby sleepsuit

Angie’s busy showing you how to make heart bunting

and paper roses

Emma been busy in her lockdown kitchen

Golden Milk

Celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day

During Mental Health Awareness Week this time Emma gives us a few tips about food and drink that will bring us comfort on days we are feeling a bit low, and reminds us that some days it is just fine to take it easy, and be kind to ourselves

How to make Elderflower cordial

Angie shows you how to dry herbs