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School Holiday Activity - Code Club

Children took part in Code Club challenges – programming Spheros (balls) to knock over plastic cups and creating lights, powering fans and making hats!

Josh and Hugo work together

Finn and Chaitra enjoy Code Club

Rowan sets up her sphero

Chloe has success in Code Club

Vale Bill Marshall

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the Marshall family after the recent passing of former Orange Town Clerk, Bill Marshall.

He was also the author of A Cultural Portrait of Orange and this book was launched at Orange City Library to a huge gathering of family, friends and well-wishers. He said at the time “this proud and illuminating story must be recorded and passed on to the City of Orange and its residents as an important part of their heritage.”

Mr Marshall’s interest in and knowledge of cultural history emanated from his long and distinguished service to local government and in particular Orange City Council as Deputy Town Clerk from 1968 to 1971 and Town Clerk from 1971 to 1987.

This book is now available  in an electronic format as Bill requested for the benefit of the community. You can find it by searching the Library Catalogue and here is the link.

http://cwl.spydus.com/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/FULL/OPAC/ALLENQ/8292619/7594632,1

Vale Bill Marshall – an Orange advocate and gentleman.

 

 

Lego Club Fun

Children (and adults) enjoyed the school holiday activity Lego Club at Orange City Library this week. To book your place for all Library events go to Eventbrite.com.au.

Kristy with Isaac,6, at Lego Club

Poppy and Jaeger enjoy Lego Club

Isabella and Matthew have fun making critters at Lego Club

Orange Purlers Return

Volunteer knitters, Orange Purlers, return to Orange City Library Thursday 11th January from 9am – 12 noon. The volunteers knit squares to create rugs for the charity Wrap With Love to help people in need. They also knit beanies for heroes, toys for Orange Health Service, Twiddlemuffs for Aged Care homes and more. Last year they knitted 500 rugs for charity.Welcome back knitters.

Bolinda eBooks & eAudiobooks

Orange City Library has a gift for you. It has joined a group of ten libraries across Central and Western NSW to offer members an extensive range of books online. By collaborating, Orange City Library has thousands instead of a few hundred in the collection, so everyone should find something to suit their tastes.

It is the Bolinda eBooks and eAudiobooks collection – so choose a contemporary title from the extensive range of Bolinda eBooks and eAudiobooks which include many popular Australian authors. Download the free BorrowBox app from Google Play or the App Store to your own device. Use your CWL membership ID and PIN to register.