Come in for some hot mulled wine and a rummage around our clothes swap; a fundraiser for Kebele library. 6-8.30pm.
Don’t worry if you don’t have clothes to swap – we have plenty @ Kebele.
See ya there!
Oh yes , it’s a suggested £2 which will go towards the library, but you can take as many clothes as you like . We’ll also be asking for donations for mulled wine and cake!
The Cry for Justice -Upton Sinclair (1.2)
Banksky’s Bristol -Home Sweet Home (Bristol Local Interest)
Steve Bell – Apes of Wrath (2.8)
War & the Environment – Charles E. Closmann (2.8)
The Things They Carried – Tim O Brien (2.8)
Great Interviews of the 29th Century: Malcolm X -Alex Haley (3.7)
A Corps Perdu (1.1)
Herbal Secrets for Total Health – Letha Hadady (2.16)
Guide to Herbal Medicine – Reader’s Digest (2.16)
Emotional Intellegence – Daniel Goleman (4.1)
The Cooperative Revolution – A Graphic Novel (2.1)
The Relate Guide to Staying Togeteher – Susan Quillian (2.4)
Pirate Utopias – Moorish Corsairs and European (something – cannot read my writing) (3.4)
The Cahillan Army – Sarah Hall (7) – now out on loan
Not on the label – Felicity Lawrence (food politics)
Not to be missed! Indian Radical Film Fest
Sunday 27 January. Pop along any time from 2-9.30pm.
Motivating and fascinating films, talks and discussions on Indian radical action including land rights, GM, nuclear campaigns, political prisoners and more.
Samosas, soya chai and Indian sweets served during the afternoon, and an Indian meal @ 6.30pm.
The event will be free and there will be a small charge for food and drinks.
Kebele, 14 Robertson Road, Easton, BS5 6SY
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
We could also do with some help on the day, so get in touch if you’d like to volunteer!