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  • Babies enjoying Rhymetime.
    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.
    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.

  • Pages of a book.
    Book chat at Orewa Library
    First Wednesday of the month, 10.30am. An informal, friendly book club where everyone is invited to share their favourite books.

  • Knitting image.
    Craft group at Orewa Library
    Thursday 10-11am (during term time). Bring your current crafty project or just yourself and join us for a cuppa and a chat.

  • A friendly Auckland librarian.
    Book a Librarian
    Get one-on-one assistance from a librarian with the free Book a Librarian service offered at many of our libraries.

  • Conversational English club at Orewa
    Every Thursday. Come along to Orewa Library and practice your English conversation skills with us.

  • Ebook drop-in sessions
    Every Monday. Did you know you can use your library card to check out eBooks and eMagazines for free?

  • Grey Power drop-in clinic
    First Monday of the month, Grey Power is in Orewa Library assisting the over 50s in our community.

  • Orewa Writers Group
    Meet monthly at Orewa Library on the 3rd Saturday of the month. All welcome.

  • Te Epetoma o te Reo Māori Kūki ‘Airani
    Join us as we celebrate Te Reo Māori Kūki 'Airani with storytelling sessions, traditional drumming demonstrations, dancing and more!

  • Family History Month 2017
    August. We have a wonderful programme for Family History month 2017. Come along for interesting talks and new ideas for researching your family tree.

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