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First 5 Forever Storytime at all Gympie Regional Libraries - Library - First 5 Forever Storytime: 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE First 5 Forever storytime. First 5 Forever storytime is an interactive program for preschool children and babies featuring songs, rhymes,...

Gympie Library Craft Group - Library - General: 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Gympie Library Craft Group Come and share your current project with our Gympie Library Craft Group. Bring along a piece you’re working...

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Library Lovers' Day

We will be celebrating Library Lovers' Day with a range of fun sessions at our libraries.

Library Lovers’ Day Morning/Afternoon Tea
Gympie Regional Libraries are celebrating Library Lovers' Day 2019 by asking library patrons to come along to a special morning/afternoon tea in their honour.
Gympie Library – Friday 14 February, 10am-11am
Kilkivan Library – Friday 14 February, 10am-11am
Imbil Library – Friday 14 February, 10am-11am
Tin Can Bay Library - Friday 14 February, 10am-11am
Goomeri Library – Friday 14 February, 2pm-3pm
Rainbow Beach Library – Saturday 15 February, 10am-11am

Library Lovers’ Day Craft Workshop
Join us for a fun afternoon and learn how to create hanging book chandelier in honour of Library Lovers Day.
Gympie Library – Friday 14 February, 1pm-2pm
Bookings essential: phone 5481 0859 or click on the link to book online
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/library-lovers-day-craft-workshop-tickets-88595141453

Library Lovers’ Day Storytime
Join us for a very special story time and craft activity in the children’s area in honour of Library Lovers Day. Ideal for ages 4 and up.
Gympie Library – Friday 14 February, 3.30pm – 4.30pm

Write Around Gympie Region: Ray Bird
Join us as Gympie Author Ray Bird discusses his new book Repossession. This book is a thrilling action adventure novel set in Queensland and has a surprise twist that will keep you guessing until the very end.
Ray has lived in Gympie since 1974 and has had a multitude of different occupations since then. He worked as a dairy farmer, owned a security business as well as souvenir business and is now an author. Since retirement he has found an interest in writing topical action adventure novels and Repossession is the latest one.

Gympie Library – Friday 14 February, 10am-11am
Bookings essential: phone 5481 0859 or click on the link to book online https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/write-around-gympie-region-ray-bird-tickets-88592690121

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