The nights are getting darker and the weather colder, but you wouldn’t know it at the library. Join us for a week of national events as we read, write and talk all things books.
It’s officially winter and trips to the beach, walks on the hill and playing outside just aren’t as fun anymore. Luckily there is a lot going on at the library to keep you busier over these colder months.
Join us for a week of national events as we read, write and talk all things books. The week begins on Tuesday the 22nd of May with Book Night – a New Zealand-wide reading extravaganza. Come anytime from 5 pm, with an official start at 5.30.
The month of May is filled with NZ Music Month gigs in the Library.
The library is excited to announce our line-up of heritage events which includes author talks, a children’s campfire Storytime and book launch for the Nelson STEM writer’s Past/Present.
We have an exciting author talk lined up for March courtesy of The Friends of the Library.
As you settle back into the year we are excited to introduce our new line-up of programmes and events for 2018. This includes computer classes, Community Chat and the addition of two new Small Time and Story Time sessions.
We have had an amazing response from the community to our call for gifts of toys. These donated gifts are for the children of our resettled families. Wonderful elves from the Library have been wrapping furiously in time for Santa to deliver these gifts over Christmas. A thank you to Jillian and Katie, two of our fabulous librarians who organised this initiative and finally a big thank you to those who gave - your generosity knows no bounds!