Our libraries run a variety of events and programmes throughout the year, including activities for tamariki and teens, workshops and talks, exhibitions and computer classes.
You can also join book clubs, craft clubs, language conversation groups and more! A great way to meet people in your local area with similar interests.
See below for featured and popular events or visit your local library’s Facebook page to find their full list of events and programming.
For babies and toddlers aged two years and under.
For toddlers aged 18 months to three years.
For tamariki aged three to five years old.
Reading challenges for you and the whole whānau.
Practical help with job-seeking, upskilling and changing careers.
Free beginner classes on computers, digital devices and the Internet.
Expert talks, exhibitions and concerts.
Workshops and community activities to support your te reo journey.
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Food for thought
Exhibitions, Family & local history
Classes & workshops
Tamihana Te Rauparaha’s life of Te Rauparaha
Family & local history, Virtual events
Symonds Street Cemetery Walk
Classes & workshops, Author talks, Family & local history
Classes & workshops, Family & local history, Virtual events
Author talks, Family & local history
Talking family history
From picks to Pietas
Heritage Concerts 2021
Music, Family & local history
100 years of curtain calls
Author talks, Family & local history, Virtual events
Jean Wishart: Publishing icon
Lt Cooper's journal
The stories we tell…
Italian art history
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