Orange City Library Programs Return
Literacy Programs are returning to Orange City Library from Monday 20 July for School Term 3. Hygiene and social distancing restrictions will be in place according to NSW Health COVID-19 Guidelines. Programs returning are Ten Minutes a Day, 1,2 Books, Storytime and Pageturners Book Discussion Group. Please book your place online via eventbrite or call the Library on 6393 8132. Numbers strictly limited.
Pageturners Book Club Returns
Pageturners Book Discussion Group returns on Wednesday 12 August at 5.30pm – 7pm to discuss the Miles Franklin Literary Awards shortlist.
It is time for easing of COVID-19 Restrictions Phase III at Central West Libraries. Some events will be returning to the Library under the NSW Public Health Guidelines for the Corona Virus COVID-19 Pandemic.
This means hygiene and social distancing 1.5m rules will apply:
- please stay home if you are unwell
- wash hands frequently
- use hand sanitiser
- socially distance 1.5m
Pageturners will be meeting in the Local Studies Room at Orange City Library and numbers will be restricted to 10 people.
We have set up our booking/reservation system via eventbrite to start at 9am on Monday 13th July. Book here.
If you have any concerns using or accessing eventbrite, please call Reading and Writing Coordinator Jasmine on 6393 8125 to reserve your place.
We have missed our book club discussions and look forward to seeing you all again soon.
Take the Storytime Pledge
These school holidays, it’s time to take the Storytime Pledge.
A book. A child. A reader. A promise.
Join Australia’s science community in standing up (or sitting down) to prioritise sharing a book with a child in your life, and help our next generation reach their fullest potential.
Orange City Library Open 9am Week Days
Orange City Library is now open 9am week days and Sat 9.30am – 4pm and Sunday 1pm – 5pm. See you soon!
School Holiday Lego Competition
Children can enter the LEGO Club Holiday Challenge to construct some of the Central West’s most iconic buildings. The buildings may be historic or modern. They can all be created in Lego. Take photos of the original building and your Lego version (check out Lego Legend Emma’s Emmaville Cottage). Submit them together with your age and contact details via email to email@example.com and go into the prize draw. Have fun.
Children have until Wednesday 29 July to submit their entries to the competition and winners will be drawn on Saturday 1 August.