What’s on

What’s on

There’s a wide range of programs and events for adults and children held regularly at our libraries. To keep up-to-date with what’s on, you can view our current eNewsletter and follow us on Facebook. If you would like to receive our eNewsletter straight to your inbox, you can sign up here. For more information about any of our programs or events please contact your local library branch. If you’ve attended one of our events or programs and would like to provide us with feedback, you can do that here.



Summer Reading Club
December 1st, 2022 – January 25, 2023

Our Summer Reading Club is on now and runs until January 25th 2023. School aged children can enter & all you need to do is complete a book review to be in the draw to win a great prize! Pop into one of our branches to get your book review form or click here to print your own.

Winners will be drawn & notified on Friday 27th January 2023… Happy Summer Reading! 📚🌊🌞






Christmas in July RUCRL Reading Challenge
July 1st – December 10th, 2022

Join our Christmas in July Reading Challenge this year!
Read one book from every category, and be sure to fill in your details and hand it into one of our branches before December 10th to be in the draw for a prize.
There’s 20 books on the list, ask one of our friendly staff to help if you’re having trouble finding a book for a category.

You can download the challenge here or pick one up from one of our branches.




Kickstart your Reasearch online workshops, HSC Help series with the State Library of NSW

Have you started studying for the HSC? Do you know where to start? Come along to our online workshop to help kickstart your research!

Find out how to access free online resources from anywhere, anytime, and on any device. We’ll show you how best to search our useful eresources, as well as some of our unique collections. With the skills to search and access quality resources you’ll save time and be better prepared.

Each session is based on a single subject, with a dedicated librarian there to answer your questions. These will be recorded and made available to registered attendees, so be sure to register today!

Subjects include: Ancient History, Modern History, History Extension, Legal Studies, Science Extension, Society and Culture, Aboriginal Studies, English, English advanced and Extension, Visual Arts.

Click here for the dates and to register for the online workshops you’re interested in.


Christmas with Ben and Maya
Wednesday, December 14th, 7.00pm – 8.00pm

Join Ben Hobson and Maya Linnell for a Christmas special in the second week of December featuring Maya’s latest rural romance ‘Paperbark Hill’. The two authors will also be discussing all things festive with podcaster and florist Rebecca Noble and Kristi Brooks from Mount Gambier Library.

During this discussion, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions, interact with the guests, and enjoy a light-hearted engaging conversation about books, floristry, gardening, and cooking.

Christmas with Ben and Maya is a special edition of Library Lovers with Maya Linnell and Ben’s Book Club.

Click here to register for this online event.








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