Chapelkill Christmas Market.
From the top of the Town Hall clock tower.
The prize in this year’s Chapelkill Easter Egg Hunt is a copy James Cessford’s A Chapelkill Portmanteau.
After the pitched battles that marred last year’s festivities, the book will also be available here for free on 19 and 20 April. If you still wish to brave the hunt a map is available at the Front Desk. A deposit of a favourite hat will be required.
Describing itself a collection of twisted folk tales and horror shorts to fascinate and unhinge, the collection carries a word of caution from the publisher, Chapelkill Library Press recommends that this anthology is not read alone. If the reader insists on doing so we suggest that you bolt the doors and windows, draw the curtains shut and check any dark corners for unwelcome guests.
You have been warned.
The tape punch machine has broken. Readers requiring titles or authors beginning with “H” will have do it the old-fashioned way until the town engineer has grown the missing parts.
Chapelkill Library. It’s False Face week at the library starting tomorrow. Swap your own face for someone else’s, someone with white hair, white eyebrows and a white moustache. All materials supplied. Chapelkill Library cannot be held responsible for the loss of anyone’s original face.
Illustration by G. Robinson. Spell by Mia F. Richey.