Please note that our programmes and events are not held under Alert Level 2 (or higher) status.

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

Active movement provides movement experiences for younger children, to stimulate the development of their brains and bodies, and to build the foundations for pre-literacy and learning.

No need to book, just turn up.

Held during term time on Tuesdays 10.30-11am.

Check the events page for forthcoming dates.

For links to available content via YouTube (held during lockdown 2020): click here.

Toddler Time
Toddler time is a fun-filled programme featuring stories, crafts, music and interactive fun.

Toddler Time is tailored specifically for age 2-5 years and is designed to enhance social, cognitive, motor and musical skills.

No need to book or register, just turn up.

Held during term time on Thursdays 10.30-11am.

Check the events page for forthcoming dates.

Virtual Storytimes
Virtual storytimes were held during lockdown 2020 every Saturday night and during Virtual Toddler Time on a Thursday. In accordance with our agreement with the publishers, links to these storytimes are no longer available.

Come and get creative and hands-on with fun science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) projects!

Participants register for the term. Ages 8 up to 13.

Held during term time on Tuesdays 3.30-4.30pm (Cambridge - currently virtual via YouTube) and on Thursdays 3.30-4.30pm (Te Awamutu). 

Email Dee Atkinson to enquire and register.

To access our online STEAM activities, challenges and solutions, click here.

Virtual Makerspace sessions are also available, click here.

Mini Makers
Come along to a taster session of Makerspace STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) activities and Lego!

Suitable for ages 5 and above.

No need to register. Just turn up!

Held all year round on the third Saturday of the month from 10am-11am in Cambridge Library.

Lego Club
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!

Held during term time on Tuesdays 3.30-4.30pm in the Te Awamutu Library Community Room.

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.

All enquiries to Mel Sullivan.

We are always looking to make our collection bigger and better, and will happily accept any donations of unwanted Lego that you have!

School holiday programme
Activity programmes are scheduled during the July and September/October school holidays.

In the December/January holidays a Summer Reading Programme/Challenge is available.

Family fun night
Every Friday from 6pm in Cambridge Library (Te Awamutu on request). The schedule of movies is available at the start of the month.

Book Club
Book Club is held in Cambridge and Te Awamutu as follows.

First Reader Book Club Cambridge
Quarterly: For dates please visit the events page.
Contact: Email.

Book Club Te Awamutu
Two monthly: For dates please visit the events page.
Contact: Email.

Get Lit! Winter Reading Programme
Held in Winter for both adults and teens. Terms and conditions apply. Usually opens in the first week of June and concludes near the end of August. Prizes available.

Contact: Email.

Competitions are held throughout the year.

These are advertised on our events page.

To link to the competitions page: click here.

Other adult programmes
Other adult programmes and numerous events are held throughout the year.

These are advertised on our events page.

Some craft activities recorded during lockdown 2020 have been made available on our YouTube channel.

Social Story Cards
If you have or know a child who is anxious about visiting the library because they don't know what to expect, these cards may be for you and help your child's experience (PDF files are available on request via email). Printed copies are also available for loan in both libraries: click here.

Te Awamutu Library:

Cambridge Library: