Reconnect with your library this month to enjoy the huge range of free resources and services on offer.

Your Library is not just about books, DVDs and CDs, your library provides a safe, comfortable space and activities to entertain, educate and support healthy lifestyles for all ages. Regular programs have now returned such as storytime, LEGO and coding clubs for children, book clubs for adults and teens and a range of craft groups.

In March, Macquarie Regional Library is providing many in-house and online talks covering topics such as local history, the environment, legal aid and a host of guest authors. Highlights include the first in-house author talk for many months at Dubbo and Wellington libraries with rural fiction writer, Nicole Alexander and the second in our 6-part series of local history talks presented in partnership with Dundullimal Homestead.

The NSW Seniors Festival returns this March with all branches providing events inviting seniors to reconnect with their community in the library. A highlight will be a 6 week Tech Savvy Seniors program at Coolah Library designed to help you build the skills and confidence to use computers, tablets and smartphones.

Manager of Macquarie Regional Library, Kathryn McAlister said that the Library plays an important role in the community. “Now more than ever the community needs safe and inviting places where people can relax, interact with others and get the information and assistance that is needed for a prosperous and positive future. Your Library branches are just these places and welcomes all in the community, young and old. If you haven’t been to the Library for a while we encourage you to visit this month and talk to staff about what your library has for you”

Check out Macquarie Regional Library's webpage Upcoming Events for more information,  or follow them on Facebook.

Last Edited: 23 Feb 2022

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