Libraries are closed Monday 27 January for the Australia Day public holiday. North Lakes Library will be open on Sunday 26 January.
This free forum provides educators, community organisations and groups who work with children, the opportunity to explore the importance of play in children’s early development from leaders in the field including international keynote speaker and educator, Nathan Wallis.
Moreton Bay Region Libraries, in partnership with USC, are bringing the best minds of the region together and sharing them with the community. Upcoming talks discuss how fashion imagery can be more inclusive, Australia’s love affair with “big things” such as the Big Pineapple, and the life and work of artist Vincent Serico. Browse upcoming talks.
Bribie Island Library, 4 Dec 11amJoin us as donations raised for the annual Smith Family appeal are presented to the Smith Family. Free. Learn more.
North Lakes Library, 3 December 1pmHiring someone with a disability is beneficial for job seekers, companies and communities. Find out we can have a more accessible future. Free.
Caboolture Library, 3 December 10.30amMotivational speaker and thalidomide survivor Trish Jackson shares her life and art for International Day of People with Disability. All ages. Free.
Woodford Library, 30 January 9.30amLearn more about the world of shares and dividends and how they can work for you with Bruce Fraser from the Department of Human Services. Free.
Bribie Island Library, 5 December 6.30pmJoin USC Emeritus Professor Gary Crew as he shares his insights into writing for children and young adults. Free.
North Lakes Library, 16 January 2pmExplore performative poetry styles and techniques with Sean from Ruckus Youth. Free. Bookings open 5 Dec.
Bookings open for our popular school holiday events open at 11am Thursday 5 December. Here's a sample of the many events on offer. Browse events.
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Learn to make and decorate festive Christmas biscuits.
Discover the magic of real science in a stage show.
Use music, singing and games to help develop language skills.
We all have a story. Tell yours using art with First Nations artist and Yuwaalaraay woman, Wendy Rix.
Bring a t-shirt, design a stencil and screen print your shirt.
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There’s no need to wait for popular audiobooks this summer. Borrow these selected titles and more over the 90 days of summer. Visit our eLibrary and browse audiobooks from Borrow Box.