To celebrate NZ Sign Week a few of our librarians got together to read Kōrero Mai Animals - one of the first children's books to use all three of our national languages!
|Wednesday, 1 May||12.30 – 1.00pm||Aotearoa Maori music Cindy & friends||Free|
|Wednesday, 8 May||12.30 – 1.00pm||Paul Gilmour and friends swing jazz||Free|
|Thursday, 9 May||12.30 – 1.00pm||Off your rockers choir rock/pop favourites||Free|
|Saturday 11, May||1.00pm – 1.30pm||Eva & Cara violin students music by Vivaldi, Handel, Bartok, and Dvorak, accompanied by Eva's father, Adrian Secker||Free|
|Saturday, 12 May||3 pm||Levity Beet for the children bookings.||$2 entry fee|
|Tuesday 14, May||12.30 – 1.00pm||Nelson Guitar Orchestra classical guitar students of Nelson||Free|
|Friday, 17 May||12.30 – 1.00pm||Lissa Cowie, cellist Bach Suite no 1 in g major, Kabalevsky five short pieces (Song, March, Dance, Improvisation and Scherzo) and Truckin' Through the South and Broadway by Aaron Minsky.||Free|
|Sunday, 26 May||2 - 2.30pm||Rural Mail Rural Mail guarantees a delivery of some great New Zealand ballads, songs and poems played and sung by experienced singers and instrumentalists. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library and part of the Live Music Series.||Free|
“Heritage Week” has been a distinctive and much-loved celebration on Nelson’s calendar for many years. Last year the event grew into a true festival of heritage activities with over 40 individual events, over three exciting weeks.
International Women’s Day is about celebrating women’s achievement, raising awareness against gender bias and taking action for equality. There are many ways to can acknowledge the day, but one of our favourites it to read a book by a female author.
More than 658,000 people have visited the top of the South history website 'The Prow' (www.theprow.org.nz) since it was launched ten years ago in February 2009. The initiative was the brainchild of a group of librarians from the Nelson Public, Tasman and Marlborough District Libraries in response to frequent requests they received from library users asking for references and resources on local history.
The library is busy planning the major events and programmes in our calendar for 2019. These include Nelson Heritage Festival which takes place in April – the library is preparing a number of events for this. Details will be released this month.