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  • Charity Norman.
    Meet Charity Norman
    19 September. Don't miss this chance to meet best-selling author Charity Norman and hear her talk about her work.

  • Tracey Barnett.
    The quiet war on asylum
    23 September. Hear writer and journalist Tracey Barnett speak about the change in New Zealand's approach to asylum seekers and the ordeals these people face in their search for safety.

  • Marie Bean.
    Get fit the lazy way with Marie Bean
    4, 5 and 6 September. Marie Bean, Australian-based author of 'Lazy runner' and 'Lazy loser', presents a series of talks on health and fitness for older adults.

  • Dylan Horrocks.
    Comic Book Month 2014: The panel
    16 September, Central City Library. Join a panel of Kiwi comics experts as they discuss "Comics in a digital age".

  • Adventures with Daddy by Cathy Kearse.
    Fathers' family fun hour with Cathy Kearse
    6 September, Glen Eden Library. Celebrate Father's Day with a fantastic family event featuring author Cathy Kearse reading her debut children's book 'Adventures with Daddy'.

  • Hard country by Robbie Robilliard.
    An evening with Robbie Robilliard
    16 September, Remuera Library. Come to Remuera Library and hear Robbie Robilliard present her delightful and heartwarming memoir 'Hard country'.

  • Winston Churchill.
    Sir Winston Churchill: the greatest Briton of all time
    27 September, Highland Park Library. Hear local history enthusiast Mike Groves speak about Sir Winston Churchill, one of the greatest wartime leaders of the 20th century.

  • Rachel Dawick.
    The boundary riders: tales of pioneer women
    19 September, 1, 5 and 9 October. Join us for the launch of Rachel Dawick's The boundary riders, an album and book of musical tales of New Zealand pioneer women.

  • Doug Poole.
    Going West Poetry Slam
    4 September, Central City Library. Come and enjoy an evening of New Zealand poetry with some of our best poets.

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