How did it happen?
It’s already late October and the end of the year is fast approaching.
We’ve just waved the kids off to school for term four following an exciting school holiday program.
Three hundred enthusiastic youngsters from Tea Gardens to Harrington, out to Gloucester and everywhere in between enjoyed movies, games craft sessions and other fun boredom busters.
Our seniors are up next, with a program for tech savvy seniors.
In partnership with the NSW Government and Telstra we are offering three free technology workshops. on Wednesday, October 31 with:
Followed on Thursday, November 1
Call your nearest library to make a booking. You will need to bring along your smartphone, tablet or laptop to take part.
In case you’ve overdone it with the online shopping maybe the Decluttering Workshop is for you? The next session will be held at Forster Llbrary on Monday, November 5.
Book through our events page midcoastlibraries.com.au/events
Or, if you just want to go offline for a while and read a good book, we have plenty of new titles arriving all the time.
We’re expecting the new Jane Harper The Lost Man and Matthew Reilly’s latest blockbuster The Three Secret Cities any day now with plenty of others coming along before Christmas.
Remember you can always reserve new (or old) titles through our catalogue or by contacting your library.
Christmas is fast approaching and some of our regular programs are beginning to wind down for the year.
Our Taree knitters have cast off for 2018 and we will be holding our last mindfulness session Friday, November 16.
Don’t worry about getting bored though, there are still plenty of things happening before we farewell 2018....like International Games Week.
MidCoast Libraries will join more than 1000 libraries around the world from November 4-10 as we transform our libraries with play.
Why not join us for our Puzzle Off on Tuesday, November 6 at 10.15am.
You can always keep up with what’s on at MidCoast Libraries through our Facebook page or by following us on Instagram @midcoastlibraries.
See you soon in the library.
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