Find out what's happening at the Te Awamutu and Cambridge libraries.
Check out the FREE 30-minute Wriggle & Rhyme sessions at a library near you during the school term!
Wriggle & Rhyme sessions are designed for children from birth to two years old, and guide parents through a range of movement activities that they can also use at home with their children.
No need to register, just turn up!
Lego Club is a free hour of fun where kids can use their imagination to create, build and play. Look out for challenges and fun themes too!
All children aged 5-12 are welcome to join in. Registration is not required at present, but parents must sign children in and out of each session. Sessions are held in term time.
Best-selling Author, Musician and Performer Deano Yipadee will have your child in stitches as they read, sing, laugh and bounce along with his collection of chart-topping Scholastic books and songs. Join Nee Naw The Little Fire Engine, Stink-o-saurus, the brand new book, Granny’s Undies, and many more as Deano takes you on an hilarious comedy live music adventure!
If you love reading books, sharing books, chatting to others about books and finding new books to read, come along to an enjoyable evening where you can share your favourite titles with other book lovers while enjoying light refreshments provided by the library.
Join us for a very special evening seminar preceding ANZAC Day. Learn how to protect, preserve, and share our ‘fading’ and valuable resources.
The evening will start with a precis of the wars New Zealand has been involved in since the Boar War up to Vietnam (presented by the Te Awamutu RSA).
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Join local author Holly Christina as she talks about publishing her first novel the Harp and the Lyre. The evening will include musical presentations by Holly which are included in the book.
Set over seven days in the town of Novel, Harp and the Lyre speaks volumes about tech and gaming culture, climate change, and the desire to be heard.