Monthly Archives: July 2019

Meet Author Felicity McLean

Meet Australian author Felicity McLean when she tours the Central West in August. Her book The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone was chosen as the book for the One Library, One Book project where 200 copies were distributed to the community.  Felicity has become an international publishing sensation with rights to The Van Apfel Girls are Gone sold in the US, UK and Spain and France. She is currently launching her book in the USA. Meet Felicity at:

Orange Readers and Writers Festival main event Saturday 3 August from 10am – 3.30pm at the Hotel Canobolas. Tickets for $90pp to see five authors – Debra Adelaide, Meg Keneally Tim Ayliffe and Summer Land are on sale at through the www.orangewinterfirefestival.com.au website or call the Library on 6393 8132.

Monday 5 August 11am Blayney Library

Monday 5 August 2pm Molong Library

Tuesday 6 August 2pm Forbes Library

Wednesday 7 August 2pm Cowra Library

Library Up Late Event

Join us after closing time at Orange City Library for our premiere Library Up Late event on Friday 19 July from 7pm – 9pm. As part of Central West Libraries’ One Library One Book project we are exploring Felicity McLean’s debut novel The Van Apfel Girls are Gone. Enjoy performances from the book brought to life by local actors.

An entertaining evening of storytelling awaits you. Experience this Australian bush mystery in a dramatic and immersive way. We ask the question: What really happened to the Van Apfel girls?

Following the performance, there will be an opportunity to interact with some of the more diverse elements of our library’s collection, through an engaging installation of curated objects.

Refreshments from local producers will be served.

This event is for 18 years and over. Please RSVP via Eventbrite.com or call the Library on 6393 8132.

School Holiday Fun: Sean Murphy World Games

Join in Sean Murphy’s World Games Show at Orange City Library these July School Holidays – Wednesday 10 July from 10am – 12 noon.

Amazing countries. New ways to play. An experience that celebrates cultural diversity. A comedy like no other! Fresh from touring over 30 nations across Africa, Asia and the Pacific, comedian and educator Sean Murphy brings his World Games performance home to Australia.

Audiences laugh and learn as they encounter languages and customs through storytelling, comedy and games.

Recommended ages 6-12 years. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Cost $5 per child. Free for accompanying adults.

Bookings are essential via Eventbrite.com or call the Library on 6393 8132.