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Basic Computer Skills
Wagga Wagga City Library | Friday 24 and Friday 31 August – 10.30am-12.30am Introduction to computers and an introduction to the internet. Please bring your own device and make sure that it is fully charged. The library can provide laptops or tablets if necessary, although we strongly recommend bringing your […]
Holbrook Library | Wednesdays 8, 15, 22, 29 August Discover how being online can add new skills and experience to your life through the Be Connected program. Be Connected is an Australian Government initiative helping older Australians get the most out of going online. For more details and bookings: 02 […]
Batlow Library | Wednesdays July and August – 10.00am-12.30pm Enjoy a warm environment, chat and morning tea while knitting. Knitters are making squares and rugs to give to the volunteer organisation Wrap With Love, which give rugs to people who are suffering cold and trauma in Australia and around the […]
Coolamon | Cootamundra | Mulwala | Holbrook | It’s over 100 years since May Gibbs’ adorable characters found their way into the homes and hearts of Australians, and Riverina Regional Library is celebrating with a free travelling display from the State Library of NSW featuring May Gibbs’ iconic artwork. May […]
Cootamundra Library | Wednesday 22 August – 11.00am When the library staff are away, the toys will play… Toys of all makes and models are invited to spend the night at the library on Wednesday August 22 to celebrate Book Week. Children aged 2-5 are invited to dress in their […]
Holbrook Library | Thursday 30 August – 2.30pm As Australia commemorates the centenary of the end of World War I in 2018, author Rochelle Nicholls has unearthed the tragic story of an Australian Olympic gold medallist who gave his life on the Somme battlefield 100 years ago. The death of […]
Wagga Wagga City Library | Tuesday 28 August – 1.00pm-3.00pm In this two hour class, you will learn the art of wet felting and how to apply a range of techniques to create felted jewellery. You can craft felt balls, beads, rat-tails and flowers and turn these items into bracelets, […]
Wagga Wagga City Library | Friday 14 and Friday 21 September – 10.30am-12.30pm In this two week course learn about the internet and email. Please bring your own device and make sure that it is fully charged. The library can provide laptops or tablets if necessary, although we strongly recommend […]
Wagga Wagga City Library | Thursday 4 October – 5.30pm Best-selling Australian author of The Dressmaker, Rosalie Ham is back with a brand new darkly satirical novel The Year of the Farmer, about the residents of a small country town battling the elements and one another. Rosalie will visit Wagga Wagga City […]
Coolamon Library | Thursday 13 September – 10.30am As Australia commemorates the centenary of the end of World War I in 2018, author Rochelle Nicholls has unearthed the tragic story of an Australian Olympic gold medallist who gave his life on the Somme battlefield 100 years ago. The death of […]
Talbino Library | Tuesday 25 September – 11.00am As Australia commemorates the centenary of the end of World War I in 2018, author Rochelle Nicholls has unearthed the tragic story of an Australian Olympic gold medallist who gave his life on the Somme battlefield 100 years ago. The death of […]
Mulwala Library | Wednesday 8 August – 10.30am-11.00am Bring your under 2 along to enjoy some singing, percussion and of course stories! Rhyme time is a relaxed event for toddlers and their carers, in a beautiful sunny area of our little library! FREE! No bookings necessary.
The winner of April-June Library Bingo has been drawn. Congratulations to Carol Tozer from Gundagai – you have won a prize pack that includes an audiobook from Bolinda. You have the chance to win a prize pack by picking up a July-September bingo board from your branch library or go […]
Holbrook Library | Tuesdays (not week 1 or last) of school term – 3.30pm-4.30pm The aims of Homework Club are: To assist and support students from primary school with their homework Provide access to modern technology and resources A quiet and safe place to study away from home distractions Provide […]
Cootamundra Library | Every 2nd Friday – 12.30pm-1.30pm Lunchtime concert series, bring your lunch and enjoy music from our finest local talent, on the grass by the pond outside the library. FREE! Enquiries: 02 6940 2200
Be Connected is an Australia wide initiative empowering all Australians to thrive in a digital world. As more and more essential services move online, and physical services, such as local banks, close, it has never been more important for all Australians to have access to the Internet, and the skills […]
Junee Library | Wednesdays – 11.00am-12 noon For inquiring minds not wanting to be left behind with today’s technology. Free help to learn more about PCs, laptops, iPads, tablets, etc… (not run in school holidays). Discover how being online can add new skills and experiences to your life. www.beconnected.esafety.gov.au Inquiries: […]
Wagga Wagga City Library | Monday, Thursday and Saturday Come and practise your English language conversation skills in a friendly environment at our Language Café. Light refreshments are provided. Come to one session, or as many as you like. Please note: no bookings required. Monday 11.00am–12.30pm Thursday 11.00am–12.30pm Saturday 11.00am-12.30pm […]
Bland Library | Every second Friday – 10.30am Always wanted to write but need some inspiration? Want to share your interest with similar minded people? Then come along to this writing group that meets in the library every second Friday. Bring along a piece of writing that you are working […]
Bland Library | Every second Tuesday – 2.00pm For all knitters great and small – beginners to advanced. Tea and coffee supplied. Bring a plate to share. Contact: 02 6979 0272 Knit and Knatter is combining with Needles and Thread.
Mulwala Library | 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month -10.30am Introduce your baby to the joys of literacy. The program includes rhymes,book sharing, singing and percussion for babies 0-2 with their carers.
Holbrook Library | 1st Thursday of the month – 11.00am-11.45am Open to all children aged between 0-6 years, interacting with the residents of Holbrook Hostel. A program of songs, playing instruments, dance and movement. Meet at the library before going to the Hostel.
Cootamundra Library | Tuesdays and Thursdays – 11.00am-12 noon Explore your family history with the powerful tools that are provided in Ancestry.com. Marie will be able to help you navigate this resource as you build your family story.
Bland Library | Fridays – 10.30am – Beginning March 3 Baby Bounce is a free reading literacy program targeting babies aged 12 months and younger. The primary aim is to introduce children at a very young age to reading and literacy through rhymes, songs, interactive play and books! Its a […]
Storytimes are available at most of our libraries and are FREE and bursting with stories, rhymes, songs, activities and crafts for 0-5 years. Storytimes are an opportunity for your kids to have fun while learning skills in literacy, numeracy and sharing and listening and for you to socialise and find inspiration […]
Bland Library | Every second Tuesday – 2.00pm For beginners to advanced, covering all types of needlework; cross stitch, embroidery, tapestry and more. Tea and coffee supplied. Bring a plate to share. Enquiries: 02 6979 0272
Holbrook Library Every third Thursday of the month – 11.30am-12.30pm Here is the opportunity for you to ask any questions about your digital device. Bring your equipment with you so we can help you get the best out of your computer, Ipad, phone, etc. Please book a time. Cost: $5.00 […]
Henty | Culcairn | Holbrook | Another school term begins and so does the homework. Children are welcome to come along to Homework Club. The aims of Homework Club are: To assist and support students from primary school with their homework Provide access to modern technology and resources A quiet […]
Mulwala Library Thursdays at 2.00pm Seeking help in discovering your family history? Learn how to use library resources such as Ancestry.com and Trove. For those interested these sessions will then continue on a fortnightly basis. A gold coin donation will assist in covering the cost of photocopying.
Adelong Library The second Friday of each month at 10.00am Monthly get togethers to share a cuppa and cake whilst enjoying the latest relaxation therapy: adult colouring activities. Cost: Gold coin donation
Culcairn Library Fortnightly Tuesdays – 9.30am-11.30am Wrap with Love Knitters Group reaches the community and the world with patchwork of love to help those in need. Come along and enjoy great company as you knit. This event is held every fortnight on Tuesdays at the Culcairn Library.