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  • Babies enjoying Rhymetime.
    Various times, multiple locations. Music, songs, movement and finger rhymes for preschoolers aged 18 months to 3 years. Some sessions are multilingual.

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

  • 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
    By appointment. Learn the basics of computer or internet searching with a librarian.

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

  • Child planting seeds.
    Seed exchange at Takapuna
    Ongoing. Exchange your surplus seeds at Takapuna Library and grow new varieties in your home garden.

  • Landscape view of Auckland City.
    Auckland Akarana: The wonderful isthmus
    Online exhibition. An exhibition of gems from the Sir George Grey Special Collections that highlights the features of Auckland from the 1800s through to more modern times.

  • Toshala Elliot.
    Dominion Road Stories
    Online exhibition. Dominion Road Stories is an oral history and photography project that profiles the residents, shopkeepers and visitors to Auckland’s iconic Dominion Road.

  • Christmas card produced in 1952.
    Christmas cards exhibition
    Online exhibition. Our Christmas cards exhibition is a selection of 24 beautiful Christmas cards taken from our Ephemera collection ranging from 1870 to 1952.

  • The art of English poesie by George Puttenham.
    Shakespeare exhibition
    Online exhibition. A showcase of Auckland Libraries' collection of Shakespeare treasures, many of them part of the founding collections donated by Sir George Grey in 1882.

  • Ferdinand von Hochstetter's collection.
    Ferdinand von Hochstetter
    Online exhibition. This exhibition commemorates the 150th anniversary of his arrival and the Austrian Novara expedition in Auckland (1858-2008).

  • People of the North Hokianga.
    Online exhibition. Hokianga is an exhibition of memories, reflections and living histories, delicately woven together from the Auckland Libraries heritage collections.

  • Private Flanton of the Maori Contingent.
    Coming Home
    Online exhibition. Coming Home, a Digital New Zealand initiative, focuses on the return of troops and the impact of war on this country.

  • New Zealand soldiers awaiting orders for the Dardanelles.
    Online exhibition. This online exhibition features images from contemporary newspapers illustrating the harsh reality of the campaign.

  • Alice's adventures in Wonderland, illustrated by Milo Winter.
    Old favourites: Famous children's books
    Online exhibition. Take a trip down memory lane and explore an exhibition of rare, classic and much-loved children's books.

  • Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
    The Romantics: Jane Austen meets Frankenstein
    Online exhibition. An exhibition of rare books and manuscripts from the Sir George Grey Special Collections.

  • The art album of New Zealand flora by E. H. Featon.
    Flowers, fruit and foliage
    Online exhibition. This online exhibition contains a bouquet of botanical illustrations from the Sir George Grey Special Collections.

  • Beverly Manahi.
    Glen Eden Stories
    Online exhibition. Glen Eden Stories is a community led project which began in late 2012. The project is about giving the people of Glen Eden a chance to share their stories and ideas.

  • Boy using iPad.
    Digital drop-in
    Every Thursday. Bring along your digital device and join our relaxed, friendly group to find out how to get the best out of your device.

  • Minecraft logo.
    Minecraft meet-up at Devonport
    Every Thursday. Come along to our weekly Minecraft sessions, meet other like-minded gamers and swap tips and tricks.

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

  • Maori Land Trustee training
    Free Maori Land Trustee Training workshops provided by Toni Welsh, education officer of the Maori Land Court.

  • I AM - AFRIKA on my sleeve
    28 May- 31 August. An exhibition that uses many different creative methods to represent Afrika and its diaspora across the seas.

  • Te Matariki Plunket playgroup
    Bring your friends and bubs along to our Plunket Playgroup in our children’s area.

  • Arabic Storytelling
    Enjoy the language with storytelling, songs and activities to help children have a stronger connection to their language and culture

  • Winter Evening Storytimes ... Stories, Movies and More
    Join us at Onehunga Library this winter for three evenings of stories, songs and even a movie.

  • Scratch programming workshop
    Saturdays at Pukekohe Library. Learn all about the fun and beginner-friendly programming language that is Scratch!

  • Te Pou Aroha Community Cenotaph
    The cenotaph community kiosk is here, helping you upload material directly into the Auckland Museum online cenotaph database.

  • Tongan dancers
    Tongan Language Week 3-9 September
    Come along and enjoy some of the stories, activities and events from the Kingdom of Tonga held around the city.

  • Chris Kennedy
    Successful Indie Publishing
    19 September. Come hear American writer Chris Kennedy deliver a presentation that will help attendees navigate the intricacies of independent publishing.

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    Ka Tangi a Wharauroa, Spring Seminars
    Central library is delighted to invite to you join us for this very special series of seminars by kairangahau Māori.

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