Library Events



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 a guinea pig!

Sessions are held weekly for 0-5 year olds (excluding school holidays)

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library - Children's Area

When: Wednesdays and Fridays during school terms, 10am and 11am

No bookings required
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Tech Savvy Seniors

Join one of our small, friendly, group training sessions where you can learn new skills to get connected and take the first steps to becoming tech savvy.

Friday August 26: Introduction to Online Banking

Friday September 9: Introduction to Android Tablets

Friday September 23: Introduction to Social Media

Friday October 7: Introduction to the Internet (Basic)

Friday October 14: Introduction to Computers (Basic)

Friday October 28: Introduction to iPads

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, Community Learning Space

Time: 10.30am (Class duration approx 2 hours)

Bookings essential: 02 6926 9700 or

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Author Talk: Railway Hotels of Australia

Kerr's Wagga Hotel, circa. 1890

The history of the Australian railway hotel is a colourful one. From Mt Gambier to Alice Springs, would be publicans scrambled to open a pub on the edge of the expanding railway network, a veritable gold mine! 

Railway Hotels of Australia by Scott Whitaker is a book that seeks to uncover the multitude of stories these pubs have to tell.

This second volume in the Railway Hotels of Australia series exclusively explores the New South Wales story and follows on from the successful release of Volume One, Railway Hotels of Victoria.

The book contains a wealth of information on the history of railways in New South Wales, and explores the social, economic and political themes that helped to shape the state.

Join Scott Whitaker for the launch of his new book. Railway Hotels of Australia, Volume Two - New South Wale.

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, Community Learning Space

When: Saturday 3rd September, 2pm

Bookings: 6926 9700 or


Knittin' Group

The Knittin' Group is comprised of committed community members who knit and crochet throughout the year for charity. They meet bimonthly on the 3rd Thursday. Contributions of wool for this group will be kindly accepted at the library. New members are welcome. 

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, Children's Area

When: Thursday, 15th September, 10am-2pm  

           Thursday, 17th November, 10am-2pm


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Baby Bounce in September

This is a four week early literacy programme for 0-12 month old babies and their carers.

The programme 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, triplets etc).

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, Children's Area

When: first four Thursdays in September - 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd, 10.30am

Little Bang Discovery Club

Little Bang Discovery Club is a four week membership-only program. The aim of the program is to instill confidence in asking and answering questions, through a series of hands-on science-based educational workshops and home activities.

This program is designed for children aged 5-8 and an accompanying adult.

Cost: $35 (includes admission to workshops and Little Bang Discovery Kit)

When: Thursdays 13/10, 20/10, 27/10, 3/11, 4.30-5.30pm
Where: Museum of the Riverina, Historic Council Chambers

Bookings Essential: 02 6926 9700 or

Flying Free

The Wagga Wagga Group of the Embroiderers' Guild of NSW (WWEGS to their friends) will be setting up in the library on the first Friday of every month, from 10am - 12noon. And what will they embroider? All sorts of birds, in all sorts of ways, to make for sale at their upcoming exhibition in October, with proceeds going to the Wagga Women's Health Centre.

But wait - here's the best part! WWEGS would like to open this activity up to ANYBODY who wants to join in. They will provide the fabric, needles and threads, and you can stitch a bird yourself, in any shape or form. Feel free to put in a stitch, stuff a wing, attach a feather, or make a whole bird - as much or as little as you want.

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library - upstairs, Newspapers Area

When: 1st Friday of the month (beginning Friday 1st April, 10am - 12 noon, until October.

Cost: FREE

No bookings required

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RMS Safer Drivers Courses

NRMA Safer Driving School are running RMS Safer Drivers Courses in our library throughout the year. Check out the NRMA website for more info, and to book: 

Dates: Saturday, 27th August 
            Saturday, 10th September 
            Saturday, 24th September

Where: Community Learning Space

When: 10am1pm

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