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Library Easter Break
Our Libraries – Blayney, Canowindra, Cowra, Forbes, Manildra and Orange will be closed for the Easter Break ~ Good Friday 7 April to Easter Monday 10 April.
Please ensure you borrow all your reading, watching and listening materials to enjoy through the Easter Break. Max out your CWL Library with up to 30 items. Usual hours resume on Tuesday 11 April.
Awareness, Acceptance + Support Autism 2023
Join us at Orange City Library for a conversation about autism with one of the co-authors of The Australian Autism Handbook Seana Smith, and Clinical Psychologist Chloe Weekes.
Inclusive, comprehensive and compassionate, The Australian Autism Handbook offers support and guidance to families on their journey from early signs and symptoms of Autism to diagnosis, intervention programs, schooling, issues such as eating, sleeping and toilet training, and navigating the medical maze.
This new Autism Handbook edition has integrated the many changes arising since its last publication, including changes in the language of autism, diagnoses, society, culture and agency. It has a chapter dedicated to girls, advice from autistic adults as well as getting started with the NDIS.
The authors Benison O’Reilly and Seana Smith are professional writers who both have children with autism, and their first-hand experience and research provides an indispensable one-stop manual for all Australian parents on raising a child on the autism spectrum.
Australian Autism Handbook launch takes place at Orange City Library on Wednesday 5th April from 5.30pm – 7pm. Please book your place online or call us on 6393 8132. The event is supported by Collins Booksellers.
Cowra Library: Meet Author Judy Campbell
Meet author Judy Campbell at Cowra Library when she talks about her memoir The Silver Tea Service. It is a thought-provoking memoir of loss, redemption and belonging, of political injustices and the inescapable nuances of history in South Africa. You are invited to join us for this fascinating talk on Friday 31 March at 10.30am. Please book your place online or call us at Cowra Library on 6340 2180.
Lord Carrington Archives on Tour & Talk
Lord Carrington is coming to Orange!
Lord Carrington Archives on Tour: Talk and Display and you are invited!
Discover one of the jewels of the State Archives Collection, as the Carrington Albums embark on a regional tour, hosted by Museums of History NSW.
Visit Orange City Library on Tuesday 14 March at 5.30pm to view the albums and enjoy an expert talk. Travel back in time to colonial NSW and view the exquisite handcrafted illuminations in these albums from the 1880s. You’ll marvel at the rare snapshot of a bygone era, and enjoy a talk on the history of the Carrington Albums and their journey around the world. Book your place or call us on 6393 8132.
Australian Reading Hour Thurs 9 March
There are so many ways to celebrate books and reading as part of the Australian Reading Hour on Thursday, 9th March 2023.
Australian Reading Hour 2023 has a short and sweet message: read, share, and enjoy books! #ARH23 #ReadShareEnjoy
We’re asking everyone across the nation to spend an hour on the day reading and sharing the stories they love with others. It’s a whole day, where the whole country talks about books together. What are you reading?