Waipā is now at Orange in the COVID-19 Protection Framework. For library operations from 13 December, click here.
We hope you will find the following podcasts both interesting and informative.
You can follow the stream directly here.
We talk to Cambridge local, Jason Mouat, about his first Tour Aotearoa, as part of Get Active 2021.
We talk with Prab Singh (Jetts Fitness Te Awamutu) as part of Get Active 2021.
Author Talk with Stephanie Parkyn, author of Into the World and Josephine's Garden. Her new book, The Freedom of Birds, launches in December 2021.
The Missing Files, recorded with permission from author Scott Bainbridge (part 4/4).
The Missing Files, recorded with permission from author Scott Bainbridge (part 3/4).
The Missing Files, recorded with permission from author Scott Bainbridge (part 2/4).
The Missing Files, recorded with permission from author Scott Bainbridge (part 1/4).
Tibet with Chris Smiley (you can follow the podcast with the image display here).
A Writer's Journey - Graeme Woodfield
Minutes of the first meeting of the newly elected Cambridge Library Committee:
Cambridge Public Library 21 March 1911:
By-laws: Cambridge Public Library 7 Nov 1922
Te Awamutu Library - Proposed new site 1931:
Te Awamutu Library - Site Discussions 1932:
Te Awamutu Library Annual Meeting 1932:
Te Awamutu Library Preparations and Reopening March/April 1933:
The naming of Cambridge:
Plough of the Pakeha:
The View from Pirongia:
Frontier Town: A History of Te Awamutu:
Plaque for Redoubt Site:
Te Awamutu 'Thirty Years Ago' 26 November 1931:
Posted on 02 December 2021
Waipā District Council have made the decision that to ensure a safer environment for our patrons of all ages, including those vulnerable in our community, that vaccine passes will need to be sighted for entry to our Libraries.
From Monday 13 December, those aged 12 years three months and older will require a vaccine pass to enter the premises.