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  • Amanda Eason.

    Poetry reading with Amanda Eason and friends

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  • Artwork by Bobby Hung.

    Heroes in the community: street art workshop

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  • The cossack show, courtesy of Jenny Haworth.

    Travel nights: Ukraine

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  • A Scratch computer game.

    Scratch programming demonstration

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  • Ant Sang self-portrait.

    The Dharma Punks: Ant Sang in conversation

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  • Auckland Writers Festival logo.

    Festival flavours

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  • A Gamefroot character.

    Computer game-making jam

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  • Michael Hurst.

    Swept away by the Romantics

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  • A tui with the NZ Music Month logo.

    New Zealand Music Month 2014

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  • A horrible hero.

    April school holidays 2014

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  • A pile of old books.

    Book art competition

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  • Painting of Takapuna Beach by Jacquie Morris.

    Art on the Shore

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  • An illustration from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein by Lynd Ward.

    The Romantics

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  • People working at Makerspace.

    Makerspace at Central City Library

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  • Chinese cultural performers.

    Chinese language events / 中文活动

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Events this week
  • Babies enjoying Rhymetime.
    Various times, multiple locations. Music, songs, movement and finger rhymes for preschoolers aged 18 months to 3 years.

  • Northcote Learning Activity Programme.
    Northcote learning activity programme
    Every day at Northcote. A fun programme of multimedia e-learning activities.

  • Kids at storytime.
    Various times, multiple locations. Our highly popular storytimes are ideal for kids aged 3 - 5.

  • Babies enjoying Wriggle & Rhyme.
    Wriggle and Rhyme
    Various times, multiple locations. Active movement for early learning aimed at babies 0 - 2 years.

  • Computer tutorials at Remuera.
    Computer tutorials at Remuera
    Daily, Monday - Friday. Learn the basics of computer or internet searching with a librarian.

  • The Art of Choosing a Good Book.
    What shall I read next?
    Daily, Monday - Friday. We are book mad at Remuera Library. Have a session with a librarian to find the best book for you!

  • FW3 (2013) by Josh Hamilton.
    View Finder
    16 April - 7 May. The Film Archive's current moving image presentation is FW3 (2013) by Josh Hamilton.

  • Teenage girl.
    Homework centres
    After school, during term time. Get help and guidance with homework questions and activities after school.

  • An eReader.
    How to download eBooks
    Any time. Book a half-hour session with a librarian at East Coast Bays Library to learn about how to use your eBook reader.

  • An illustration from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein by Lynd Ward.
    The Romantics
    11 March - 22 June. Experience the revolutionary mood in 18th and 19th century art and literature through our new exhibition of rare books and manuscripts from the Sir George Grey Special Collections.

  • Minecraft logo.
    Minecraft club at Waitakere Library
    Every Thursday. Get together at Waitakere Library for a weekly session of Minecraft and meet like-minded gamers.

  • A painting of Takapuna Beach by Jacquie Morris.
    Art on the Shore
    7 April. Celebrate the opening of Art on the Shore, a watercolour exhibition in support of the Red Cross.

  • A horrible hero.
    April school holidays 2014
    18 April - 4 May. Fly into your local library to tackle terrible tyrants, solve horrific puzzles from the past and discover the ooziest and most terrible horrors from the natural - and the unnatural - worlds.

  • Warhammer logo.
    Warhammer club at Orewa Library
    Every Sunday. Tabletop wargaming for science fiction, fantasy and Lord of the Rings. Bring your own army, or borrow one belonging to the club.

  • Chinese students gather around a computer.
    Chinese computer classes
    Every Sunday and Monday. Learn about using the internet, the Dragonsource database, the Chinese Digital Library and more.

  • Chinese bead.
    Mandarin rhymetime at Birkenhead
    Every second Sunday. Enjoy songs and rhymes in Mandarin Chinese at Birkenhead Library.

  • Keyboard.
    CV help at Panmure
    Every Sunday. Get help with writing and updating your CV using the library computers.

  • A microphone.
    Peninsula songs and poems
    Third Sunday of each month. An open-mic session for local poets and musicians.

  • Lego blocks.
    Block building Lego club
    Third Sunday of the month at Botany. Block building fun for children of all ages.

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