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Between the Wines

Reading between the Wines

Wednesday 31 July

The Local Taphouse

Special event

Check out the pop-up library and chat with a friendly librarian about your next great read while you enjoy a glass of your favourite.

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Genealogy Seminar

Genealogy Seminar: Shipping records

Thursday 18 July

Central Library

Heritage events

This seminar will explore a range of resources for locating information on shipping records and passenger lists.

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Chill Factor

Chill Factor

July

All Libraries

Children's events

Sign up today for our Winter Reading Programme and be in to win great prizes. The more you read, the more chances you have to win book vouchers or a family prize pack.

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Computer Mentors

Free computer help

Ongoing

All libraries

Lifelong learning

Would you like help with your CV, setting up an email account, online job applications, or general computer help? One-on-one help sessions are available-contact us to book now.

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tornado

Heritage Talks: Frankton Tornado

Thursday 1 August

Central Library

Heritage events

Join Heritage Librarian Shelley North to hear about the 1948 Frankton Tornado, the damage it caused and the resources available to research this topic.

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Central Library Night

Night @ the Library

Saturday 24 August

Central Library

Genealogy

Night @ the Library is our annual event where we provide research time for genealogists outside of normal library hours.

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Winter Reading Programme Chill Factor

Want to keep the kids reading this school holidays? Sign them up for our Winter Reading Programme Chill Factor!

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The LAB

The LAB – Libraries mobile makerspace programme is an interactive programme for young people which engages them in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths) and engenders a passion for learning.

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Adult Education classes

We have free adult education classes facilitated by Enrich+ educators at Central Library. No bookings required, and all are welcome.

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