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lego buildingBring your family to the library these holidays and enjoy an evening of LEGO free-building!

Suitable for young and old.

When: 6 - 7.30pm Tuesday 26th September

Where: Kiama Library

Cost: Free

Who: Ages 5+ Under 10s must be accompanied by a guardian

Click here to book online!

 

students studyingOn Wednesday 11th October, Kiama Library will be holding our annual HSC Lock In.

Between 4 - 5.30pm the library will be open as usual, but from 5.30pm the library becomes a year 12 only space. Students will have the opportunity for an evening of quiet study, with pizza and snacks served to ensure maximum concentration.

The purpose of the evening is to foster an environment for all students, to either study with friends in a cram session or find a quiet corner and focus on personal study. All mobile phones and other digital devices must be set to silent.

The evening will run from 4pm till 8pm Wednesday 11th October and is for current Year 12 students only.

The event is free, but bookings are essential for catering purposes at www.trybooking.com/314641

Call the library on (02) 4233 1133 for more details.

 

P1050092 Friday Flicks for websiteWelcome to Kiama Library's Friday Flicks, where each movie is a mystery.

Bookings for each event open the 1st of each respective month.

The title of each film will given when booking.

Due to licencing conditions, only 30 people can be in the audience for each showing.

 

Where : Family History Centre Auditorium

Cost  : Free

Bookings essential,  call us on (02) 4233 1133 to grab your seat.

When :

3.30pm June 16th

3pm July 14th

3.30pm August 18th

3.30pm September 15th

3.30pm October 20th

3.30pm November 17th

 

CBCA 20172017 Children's Book Council have announced their short list of children's books.

An exciting time for the young reader or the young at heart who likes to read.

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For example if researching images relating to Edmund Barton, our first Prime Minister, results will include descriptions such as people, book, manuscript, map and newspaper articles. A researcher searching for information on Nellie Melba will be presented with a range of results including biographies, pictures, music, newspapers, books etc.