Family Build-a-Fort Night Event – Registrations now closed

Date: Friday 8 June
Time: 6:30 – 8:00pm
Registrations required!

Do you like reading stories by torchlight under your blankets? Do you like building blanket forts around the house? Then join us for an evening of stories and fun at the Library!

We will start our evening off with a selection of stories, and once the library closes you will be let loose to rearrange the furniture and build the most amazing blanket fort you can! You’d better be quick though as we will be turning off the lights to make sure your reading by torchlight experience is the best we can offer.

You will need to come prepared for this night of building fun with a torch (or two) and some blankets to make your fort with. We will provide everything else. If you are interested in attending this event, then register now!

Register for the Family Build-a-Fort Night

Sorry, we have reached capacity for this event!

Pop up library in Windsor

Come and visit Invercargill City Libraries and Archives Pop Up Library
In the Windsor Community Church Hall, 19 Windsor Street
Monday 14 May from 10-3.30.

Programme;
Wriggle and Rhyme 10.30-11.30
The Chatter 11.30-12.30

1.30-3.30
Crafternoon Tea
Colour me Happy
Board games

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Let us know what you think about the services and events we offer and let us know your suggestions about things we do well and things we can improve upon.

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Survey closes 31 May 2018.

Come listen to Author and blogger Emily Writes for a free reading and Q&A

Date: Thursday 3 May
Time: 11:00am

Come along to a free reading and Q&A with Mommy blogger Emily Writes. Located in the Learning and Activity Space, parents are welcome to bring along their little ones to the event which has been bought to you by the Dan Davin Literary Foundation.

Emily Writes shot to fame as a blogger who wasn’t getting a lot of sleep, and then reached further heights with the publication of her book, Rants in the Dark. Frank, funny and heartfelt, Writes’ book strikes a chord with many parents.