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There are so many things for kids to do at the library! Find out about our range of activities below and contact your local library for further details. All kids’ events are FREE.

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Summer Reading Club

Read for the chance to win prizes! This library program is open to members of Moreton Bay Region Libraries aged 17 years and under.

Kids' Holiday activities

Kids' School Holiday Fun

Stay tuned to discover all the activities for kids at libraries during the Summer school holidays. Registration opens 1.00pm, Thursday, 6 December. Places limited. Registration required for most events.


Manaakitanga - Sharing Māori Culture

Be welcomed and experience Māori hospitality. Find out more about stories, language, play, visual and performing arts, and participate in songs, games and dances including titi torea, haka and poi. Suitable for families. Free.

Backstage Pass

LIBRARY Backstage Pass

Discover robotics and makerspace activities at Caboolture Library! Be part of a block building project. Play games and explore technology. Join our sensory storytimes and activities too with a backstage pass to families with special needs on Friday 11 January, 6pm-8pm.

First 5 Forever

First 5 Forever

Choose from a range of fun and informative First 5 Forever activities at the library and help your child develop early literacy skills. First 5 Forever programs offer language development and literacy experiences for children 0 -5 years and support parents/carers as their child’s first teacher.

Storytime - First 5 Forever

Signed Storytime

Experience a feast of spoken and visual language in this interactive session where our storytellers and AUSLAN interpreters share the magic of picture book stories, action rhymes and songs.


Share the wonderful world of free play with your child at Playtime. Make discoveries together, develop language skills, tell stories and be part of your child's delight as they learn through play.

Baby Rhyme Time

Help your child develop the skills needed to communicate and to learn to read at Baby Rhyme Times. In a friendly and relaxed environment you and your baby can learn rhymes, action songs and finger plays to share together. For parents and children 2 years and under.


Introduce your child to books and encourage a love of reading at Storytimes. Experience the magic of stories, action rhymes and songs with your child at the library. For parents and children 2- 5 years.



Would you like to encourage your child to use the library? ReadUp rewards your child for visiting the library and using their card to borrow books. You can earn up to 10 collectable ReadUp certificates, including designs from Australian children's book illustrators. For kids 8 years and under.

minecraft club

Minecraft Club

Crafters unite! Connect with other crafters in the same room and on the same server. Complete challenges and learn new skills. Beginners and advanced players welcome. Grades 2-6.

Code Club Kids

Code Club

Use Scratch and other coding languages to develop your own games and animations. Put the library's tech to the test to explore robotics, circuits and more! A Scratch login is essential. Ideal for Grades 5-8.

Chess Club

Chess Club

Chess grand wizard or absolute beginner? Play other high school students who share your interest in chess. Beginners and advanced players welcome. Grades 5-12.



Are you a parent with children in Prep or younger? Share stories, play and explore activities with your child. For parents and their children, Prep and under. No bookings required.



Are you in Prep - Grade 6? Want to read and talk books, learn how to program new technologies and review the latest films and magazines? Join Readiculous for the chance to win challenges and prizes, swap and recommend books. Meet friends and get free reservations too!

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Study Room

Looking for somewhere to complete your school assignments, get free access to computers, books and research assistance? Try our study rooms at Caboolture and North Lakes Libraries where you can work individually or with friends to complete projects and homework after school.

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