Library Programs are Back
With news that the lockdown for Blayney, Cabonne and Orange Local Government Areas will be lifted, most CWL programs will resume from tomorrow – Wednesday 28 July.
We look forward to seeing you! WooHoo! We are back!
Blayney, Cabonne, Orange Libraries Closed
Please be advised due to the current lockdown in Blayney, Orange and Cabonne Local Government Areas, libraries in Blayney, Canowindra, Manildra, Molong and Orange will be closed for the next 7 days. Cowra and Forbes Libraries are open.
CWL online services – Story Box Library, audiobooks, magazines, Beamafilms, Kanopy, Kanopy Kids are available online 24/7 via the website: www.cwl.nsw.gov.au.
Library programs planned for the next 7 days will not be going ahead – this includes Orange and Canowindra Storytimes, Music For Little Ears, 1,2 Books, Ten Minutes a Day, Orange Purlers, Orange Family History Group, Code Club, and Lego Club.
If you have library items due, please call us on 6393 8132 to renew them for you. Any reservations will be available for collection after the lockdown ends.
If you need assistance with online access, your PIN or have any questions, please call us on 6393 8132.
Thank you for your patience and understanding at this time. We hope you take care, stay safe and well. See you all in 7 days.
Please Wear a Mask at your Library
We are ready to welcome you to our Libraries at Blayney, Canowindra, Cowra, Forbes, Manildra, Molong and Orange – but we do ask you to please be mindful of current NSW Health Regulations:
* stay home if unwell
* check in using QR Codes or our iPads
* use hand sanitiser provided
* social distance 1.5 metres
* wear a mask (if over 12 years).
The recently started Storytime program at Canowindra Library will continue as planned.
In regards to our Orange Readers and Writers Festival we will continue to monitor the NSW Health Regulations and keep you informed.
#pleasewearamask #schoolholidays #thebeaniesaus
Jim Hazelton Born to Fly with Author Mark Nelson
What motivates a pilot to sit in the cockpit of a light aircraft for days, overloaded with fuel, alone over a vast ocean? This is the remarkable story of the late Jim Hazelton, local pioneer Australian aviator by author Mark Nelson.
The first Australian to fly the Pacific solos in a single-engine aircraft in 1964, Jim crossed the Pacific over 200 times, revelling in the hazardous business of ferrying light aircraft.
Renowned for his unique instructing style and flying ability, Jim was respected and admired by all who shared his cockpit. He was a pilot with a rare gift, a man who found himself literally at one with the sky.
The event is supported by Collins Booksellers, Orange and books will be available for purchase at the event.
Join us to launch the book Jim Hazelton Born to Fly on Thursday 3 June at Orange City Library, Byng Street, Orange from 5.30pm – 7pm. Please book your place online via Eventbrite or call 6393 8132.
National Simultaneous Storytime
Central West Libraries members will be treated to an out-of-this-world experience during the 2021 National Simultaneous Storytime at Orange, Cowra, Forbes, Manildra and Molong libraries.
Space and science-themed dress-ups are encouraged for adults and children alike!
NASA astronaut Dr Shannon Walker will present this year’s featured book Give Me Some Space by author and illustrator Philip Bunting from the International Space Station on Wednesday, May 19 at 11am.
The story, about a young girl’s dreams of life in space and completing her mission, will be read simultaneously to more than one million children across Australia and New Zealand. Come along and join the intergalactic fun.