Waipā is at Orange in the COVID-19 Protection Framework. New arrangements now apply, For more click here.
A vaccine pass is not required for entry to the libraries or other Council offices/services.
We are open from 9am to 5pm only Monday to Friday and Saturday 9.30 to 1pm.
Wednesday and Friday evenings will continue to be used for click and collect at this stage.
Yes. Click & Collect will still be available on Wednesday and Friday evenings for any patrons wishing to use these services.
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No events or programmes are currently being held within the libraries, unless specified. Information is available under each individual event.
Virtual programmes may be held. Please check our events page or Facebook events for details.
Public access terminals are available.
Digital learning is not be available in-house.
If you wish to contact a Community Librarian to arrange a Zoom meeting, please send us an email.
Yes, if you meet the requirements to receive this service. Please contact our Community Librarians to enquire and to arrange.
You will need to wear a mask. Counter staff will also be wearing masks.
Screens are in place at the check out desks.
Yes, the Government requirement is that masks are required to be worn in indoor venues such as libraries. This applies to all persons over the age of 12 years and 3 months.
All children under 12 years are required to be accompanied by a suitable adult or caregiver. This rule has always been in place.
Posted on 06 May 2022
Waipā District Libraries is pleased to support New Zealand Music Month. This year's theme is 'Level up your Local Talent'.
In the spirit of this year's theme we had sisters Ava (Clarinet) and Elise (Guitar) both from Cambridge High School playing Saturday 7 May, followed by Bluegrass Band, Bowstring (Steve, Colin and Anne), on Saturday 14 May.