Cancer Council Info At Cowra Library
Cowra Library has put together an extensive display of
Cancer Council resources and Library materials to support the 2013 Relay
for Life being held at Sid Kallas Oval, Cowra 11-12 May. The event includes the Survivors Walk and the Candlelight Ceremony of Hope. To check all the Relay details go to: http://relay.cancercouncil.com.au/2013/cowra_and_district
Ladies from the Cancer Council renewed the Library’s
information stand and will highlight the details in upcoming promotions. Good luck in the Relay everyone and thank you for supporting the Cancer Council.
Science Display Material Futures
A product hungry world relies on chemists devising new materials to meet future needs. Check out a new display on Material Futures at Orange City Library which showcases light metals, optical fibres, magnetic material, liquid crystals and foams. Discover how new materials are being used to save us time, energy and resources. This travelling exhibition is brought to you by The Royal Australian Chemical Institute and sponsored by the Inspiring Australia program of the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science, Research and Tertiary Education – Questacon. On show at Orange City Library until 28 February.
Cowra Art Group Celebrates Jubilee
Launched today at Cowra Library, Darling Street, Cowra, this exhibition of local works celebrates 50 years of enthusiastic endeavour in the visual arts by members of the Cowra Art Group.
Enjoy the landscapes, portraits, still life studies, flowers and abstract compositions in this collection.
Notice the change in use of materials from oils to watercolour and now multimedia. Congratulations to the Cowra Art Group. Enjoy the display at Cowra Library until 25th October.
Sustainable Homes Display
Check out the wonderful entries by primary school children in the Sustainable Homes competition on display at Orange City Library supported by the Rotary Club of Orange. There are posters and models featuring a wide range of clever designs. It was part of Orange Sustainable Living Week. Congratulations to all involved.
Last Day for James Joyce Display
Discover more about Irish novelist and poet James Joyce James (2 February 1882 – 13 January 1941) considered to be one of the most influential writers in the modernist avant-garde of the early 20th century. Learn more about the man, his writing and his life in this display direct from the State Library of NSW. Last day is Thursday 13 September.