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Felt Jewellery Workshop
In this two hour class, you will learn the art of wet felting and how to apply a range of techniques to create felted jewellery. You can craft felt balls, beads, rat-tails and flowers and turn these items into bracelets, brooches, earrings and necklaces. Further embellishments such as embroidery and needle felting will also be demonstrated.
This workshop is suitable for beginners and those with felting experience.
When: Tuesday 28 August, 1-3pm
Where: Art Workshop, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, CNR Baylis & Morrow Streets
Bookings essential: reserve and pay for your spot here
Come along to your library and discover the wonderful world of literature, with stories, rhymes, songs and craft for preschoolers, and every now and then maybe even some baby chicks!
Come and practise your English language conversation skills in a friendly environment at our Language Café. Light refreshments are provided.
Where: Wagga Wagga City Library - Community Learning Space
Term 3 sessions (from 23 July to 29 September)
Monday 11am – 12:30pm
Thursday 11am - 12:30pm
Saturday 11am - 12:30pm
Come to one session, or as many as you like. Please note: no bookings required
For any enquiries, phone 6926 9700 or email email@example.com
The Language Café is supported by the Friends of the Wagga Wagga City Library
Book Launch - Rosalie Ham
Best-selling Australian author of The Dressmaker, Rosalie Ham is back with a brand new darkly satirical novel The Year of the Farmer, about the residents of a small country town battling the elements and one another.
Rosalie will visit Wagga Wagga City Library to launch this new book and hold an In Conversation with the library's own Peter Casey, discussing The Year of the Farmer, and other tidbits about life and writing.
We welcome you to attend this special opportunity, complementing your enjoyment with a glass of wine and finger food.
Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, Children’s Area
When: Thursday 4 October, 5:30pm
Bookings essential: bit.ly/rosaliewagga
Tech Savvy Seniors
Learn how to make the most of your laptop, tablet or smartphone in a small, friendly class environment.
Some of our Tech Savvy Seniors classes are now combined into short courses which allow you to build your skills over two consecutive weeks.
Basic Computer Skills (Two Week Course)
24/08/2018 - Introduction to Computers
31/08/2018 - Introduction to Internet Part 1 & 2
Intermediate Computer Skills (Two Week Course)
14/9/2018 - Introduction to Internet Part 1 & 2
21/9/2018 - Introduction to Email Part 1 & 2
Intermediate Computer Skills (Two Week Course)
5/10/2018 - Introduction to Internet Part 1 & 2
12/10/2018 - Introduction to Online shopping and Banking
Basic Android Skills (Two Week Course)
26/10/2018 - Introduction to Android tablets/smartphones
2/11/2018 - Android Q&A, Introduction to Seniors Card Website
Basic iPad Skills (Two Week Course)
16/11/2018 - Introduction to IPads/iPhones
23/11/2018 - iPad Q&A, Introduction to Seniors Card Website
Single Week Courses
7/12/2018 - Introduction to Social Media Part 1 & 2
14/12/2018 - Sharing Photos and Attachments
Please bring your own device and make sure that it is fully charged.
The library can provide laptops or tablets if necessary, although we strongly recommend bringing your own to increase familiarity with the technology.
All sessions run from 10:30 – 12:30 on these Fridays.
Bookings and further details: 6926 9700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Baby Bounce in September
Baby Bounce is a four week early literacy program for 0-12 month old babies and their carers. The program introduces your baby to the rhythm and sound of language using songs, rhymes, books and music. You will also get to meet other carers with babies the same age.
Sessions require one lap per baby, so please invite extra helpers if you have twins or triplets.
Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, Downstairs level
When: Thursday, 6th Sept, 10:30am
Thursday 13th Sept, 10:30am
Thursday 20th Sept, 10:30am
Thursday 27th Sept, 10:30am
No bookings required
giilanggalang (many stories)
Come and engage with these varied representations of contemporary Aboriginal arts practice in our region.
Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, downstairs Youth Area
This exhibition is supported by the NSW Government through the Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund and is a partnership between Eastern Riverina Arts and Riverina Regional Library.
ANNUAL KNIT-IN Thursday 19 July 2018 10am - 2pm