September 12th – November 5th 2018 Slovanska Library, 2nd floor

The exhibition presents the outstanding translator Zdenka Škerlj Jerman, who has in fifty years of her work brought numerous Czech writers to Slovenian environment. She takes credit for translations of works of fiction and of children literature. The exhibition has been organized by the Department for Slavistics (Faculty of Arts, Ljubljana) and the Cultural-artistic society Police Dubove in cooperation with Ljubljana City Library. The project is supported by the Embassy of Czech Republic in Ljubljana.

September 20th 2018 at 16.00 Oton Župančič Library, computer classroom

Basic formulas, cell formation, data input, deletion and fixing content in cells, copying formulas and functions, basic formation, designation, input, deletion, hiding and disclosing columns and lines are some of the stresses from the workshop. Experience in working with files and formation of text are necessary for participation in the workshop.

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September 27th 2018 at 19.00 Slovanska Library, hall

The cook Šulejkin full-heartedly wants to return to his homeland from the hot Africa. A chance to travel to Odessa with a cargo ship opens up, but under the condition that he oversees a cargo. This cargo turns out to be pretty exotic, namely two lions and ten tigers. Pretending he is a tamer he boards the ship to take care of the animals, feed them and oversee the security of delivery. Directed by Vladimir Fetin; comedy, 83. min.

September 28th 2018 at 17.00 Oton Župančič Library, 3rd floor

In September we shall discuss the book, written by Max Porter, Grief Is the Thing with Feathers. It is a genuine and structurally original short novel, which in a poetical manner articulates loss, death, hope and love. The group is open to anyone; it meets on last Fridays each month; discussions are intended to learning about literary works and practicing English, as they are carried out in English exclusively. The group is guided by Leonora Flis, PhD.