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Meet Joanna van Kool – Sandhill Island

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Meet Joanna van Kool – Sandhill IslandHear local author Joanna van Kool discuss her novel Sandhill Island. The story is inspired by the late John Sinclair, who fought to save Fraser Island from sand mining and maintain its pristine beauty. Set in the 1970s on an imaginary island off the NSW coast, the story chronicles […]

Cryptic Crossword Workshop for Beginners: Thursday 23 and 30 June

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Cryptic Crossword Workshop for Beginners: Thursday 23 and 30 June, 10:00am - 12:00pmOver two sessions crossword aficionado Ralph Penglis shows you how to unravel the riddle of the cryptic clue. Join in this fun and practical two-part workshop. Your first clue is … Demonstrates a double display. (5, 3) Please attend both sessions as they […]

Australian Animal Craft @ Greenwich

Greenwich Library 48 Greenwich Road, Greenwich, NSW

Australian Animal Craft @ GreenwichEnjoy creating mini versions of our most iconic wildlife! Craft some cute Australian animals using recycled materials, foam stickers and colourful paper. Free event for ages 4-10. Limited places, bookings essential.

Scratch Jr Coding @ Greenwich

Greenwich Library 48 Greenwich Road, Greenwich, NSW

Scratch Jr Coding @ GreenwichExplore the very basics of coding with Scratch Jr by completing fun challenges. Use drag and drop block coding for an early primary school level STEM experience. Learn how to make your character’s drive, walk, dance and talk using the Scratch Jr iPad app. Free event for ages 6-8. Limited places, […]

Scratch Jr Coding @ Lane Cove

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Scratch Jr Coding @ Lane CoveExplore the very basics of coding with Scratch Jr by completing fun challenges. Use drag and drop block coding for an early primary school level STEM experience. Learn how to make your character’s drive, walk, dance and talk using the Scratch Jr iPad app. Free event for ages 6-8. Limited […]

Colour Mix Art @ Lane Cove

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Colour Mix Art @ Lane CoveCome along and use markers and paint on water diffusing paper to create colourful art pieces. Free event for ages 6-12. Limited places, bookings essential.

Meet Mark Tedeschi AM QC – Missing, Presumed Dead

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Meet Mark Tedeschi AM QC – Missing, Presumed DeadHear true crime author Mark Tedeschi discuss his latest book Missing, Presumed Dead. The book dissects the cases of Blue Mountains local Kerry Whelan and Eastern Suburbs resident Dorothy Davis, who were murdered by narcissistic killer Bruce Burrell. Tedeschi, who was prosecutor of the case, offers new […]

Learn to Love your Laptop: Thursdays 14 and 21 July

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Learn to Love your Laptop: Thursdays 14 and 21 July, 10:00am - 11:30amExperienced computer trainer, Ferg Brand, will deliver a two-lesson program on Windows 10 and Windows 11 to help you feel more confident using your laptop. During these two friendly, small group sessions you will learn to navigate around the screen, keyboard and mouse […]

Making Machines Craft @ Lane Cove

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Making Machines Craft @ Lane CoveJump into this fun STEM activity these holidays! Build cool, simple machines, including a pop stick catapult, a shooting spaceship and a hand cranked winch! Free event for ages 8-12. Limited places, bookings essential.

Moments in Music – The Savoy Operas

Lane Cove Library Library Place, Lane Cove, NSW

Moments in Music – The Savoy OperasA tribute to the Victorian-era theatrical partnership of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan and to the works that they jointly created. Local musician Graham Ball presents thirteen wonderful comic operas that were developed in Victorian England in the late 19th century and which were to influence the creation of […]

Military History Talk – Cowra Breakout – Origins and Aftermath

Lane Cove Library Library Walk, Lane Cove, NSW

Military History Talk – Cowra Breakout – Origins and AftermathBy August 1944 there were over 2,000 Japanese prisoners of war being held in Australia, a little over 1,100 of these were held in a prisoner of war camp near Cowra. On 5 August 1944 at about 2:00am several hundred Japanese prisoners set fire to their […]