26 Aug 2019

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March is an exciting month at Kiama Library, with lots of author events, exhibitions and competitions happening.

Read the newsletter to discover what's on, see our website for complete event listings, and browse the library catalogue to explore our amazing resources to borrow or download.


We're excited to announce the launch of our new digital platform for our historic collections, Explore Kiama's Past. Never has there been a better time to delve into the rich history of our local area. 

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March highlights


We're very pleased to have author and comedian Jessica Dettmann joining us at the Sebel for our first Kiama Conversation Hour event on Friday 29 March 6-7 pm, to discuss her new book, How To Be Second Best. If you're a fan of Liane Moriarty or Marian Keyes you'll love Jessica Dettmann. Join us for a glass of wine and find out what the buzz is about. Tickets on sale shortly via our website ...


Our annual Kiama Readers Festival dinner is on again in May, and we will be announcing our very exciting guest speaker shortly. Stay tuned for more details ... 


If your idea of a workout is reading in bed until your arms hurt, our Reading Triathlon is the race for you!

Read or listen to three books over three weeks for your chance to win a Fitbit Charge 3. Your books can be from three different genres, or stretch yourself and try the book/ebook/audiobook challenge. The competition runs from 14 February until 2pm Saturday 9 March, so any books you’ve read during this period count.

Get your entry form now at Kiama Library or enter on our website. You must be aged 13 years or over to enter.

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Gerringong School of Arts

Do you have any historical photos of the Gerringong School of Arts hall in any of its guises? Did you have a party or wedding there, or maybe that's where you earned your Scout insignia knot badge?

The hall is soon to become the new home of the Gerringong and District Historical Society Museum as part of the new Gerringong Library, Museum and Community Facility.

Please contact us if you are happy for us to scan your photos to add them to our local history collection and make them available to the design team working on the museum project. 


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Meet the artist: Colin Harwood

Join artist Colin Harwood at the library for the launch of his latest exhibition of prints inspired by Kiama and the surrounding countryside.


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David Dufty author talk

The Friends of Kiama Library are pleased to present author David Dufty discussing his recently published book, The Secret Code-Breakers of Central Bureau: How Australia’s signals-intelligence network helped win the Pacific War.

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Storybox Library book of the month

Did you know your library card gives you access to more than 200 stories in our Storybox Library? Macca the Alpaca by Matt Cosgrove is a funny story with an important message about bullying. Click on the video and enter your library card number to watch the story with your kids.


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Tech help

If you are in need of tech help, book in for a 30 minute one-on-one troubleshooting session with one of our knowledgeable high school students, here at the library.

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