It is Library and Information Week which includes the 20th National Simultaneous Storytime on Wednesday May 27 at 11am on the Library Facebook page.
I look forward to seeing you all this morning.
The Library website has a few activities for the kids to participate in as well.
The library is still physically closed to the public, but you can order items to borrow either online or via phone.
Contact the Library on 6343334 for more information.
Library Website Hint
1,000 Books before school program is still running. If you finish the reading log drop it in the afterhours return chute and jump onto the Library website and download the next log which are now available at https://grenfellpubliclibrary.org.au/1000-books-before-school/ If you would like to register your child(ren) then please download, fill in and return the registration form.
Message for those wanting to join the library during COVID-19
As of Wednesday 14 April, for those who are not library members but would like access to BorrowBox and Story Box you can now join online via the library website.
Please note that this does not give you access to the physical collection or the new indyreads™.
Reminder that even though the library is physically closed you have access to the online collection. This includes BorrowBox for eAudio and eBooks with titles available for everyone, Story Box Library for streaming of kid's titles and the new indyreads for eBooks which gives titles for everyone. These are all free as part of your membership. If you have any issues, please contact the library.
Smart research for HSC students
Each Thursday afternoon between 4.30 and 5pm the State Library are running Smart research for HSC students. The next session tomorrow (28 May) is about getting better results from your research. Thursday 4 June is about better searching with online resources. Thursday 18 June is about essential library resources for your research and study. These are all free. More information can be found at https://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/whats-on
There is lots of talk about public libraries reopening in June. It is not a matter of just opening the doors and we go back to normal. There will be several restrictions for everyone to follow to keep us open. These will be announced soon along with an opening date. Please note at present upon reopening there will be no public computer access, study areas, toy collection or newspaper reading area.