Our libraries are open their regular hours and days, but at times, our services could be affected at short notice. See your local library's Facebook page or contact Te Māpuna on (09) 377 0209 for the most up-to-date information.
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With the 3D printer, items appear like magic right in front of your eyes.
Keen makers of all ages tinker away at a variety of projects.
Imagine it, design it and watch it come to life at the Central City Library Makerspace
Our language collections consist of books, music CDs, and magazines in more than 30 languages.
At Central City Library, we have books in the following languages:
Other language collections move around the different libraries. If you don't find what you're looking for in the library, check the catalogue links below.
Yokai Parade: Supernatural Monsters from Japan
Piringatahi | Special Collections Up Close: Maps for miles
Thursday Heritage Concert – Variations for a Quintet
Papers Past Turns 21: Panel Discussion
Yokai Parade Exhibition Opening Event: Calligraphy & Taiko Live Performance
Unbelievably Good School Holiday Fun at Central City Library
Lorne Street Spring Fair
Community, Craft / Hobby
Yokai Talk 1: Mark Wallbank - Founder of Paranormal Research Team Haunted Auckland
HeritageTalks: Flour to Towers – Josiah Clifton Firth with Lisa Truttman
HeritageTalks: Ulumate Project: Sacredness of Human Hair Series
HeritageTalks: Ulumate Project: Sacredness of Human Hair Series - with Daren Kamali and Joana Monolagi
HeritageTalks: History in a Coffee Cup – better than your latte fix with Tony Batistich
Yokai Talk 2: Scott Bainbridge: Maeroero – Giants and Monsters of the New Zealand Forest
Yokai Talk 3: Fiona McConnell: Creating Yokai Culture: Toriyama Sekien Night Procession of One Hundred Demons
HeritageTalks: A bird’s eye view - Aerial photographs at Auckland Council Archives with Owen Gordon
AN EVENING OF ‘KAIDAN’
Yokai Talk 4: Dan Taipua : To Be Pacific: Cultural Connections to Yokai
Yokai Talk 5: Dan Taipua : My Favourite Monsters: Yokai in Toys, Games and Cartoons
HeritageTalks: The passing of the pioneers: the obituaries of the Old Colonists and a changing country with Liam Appleton
A Youth Writing Competition on Identity
Arts, Craft / Hobby
Yokai Talk 6: Sophie Matthiesson - Hokusai and the Art of Edo Japan
Yokai Talk 7: Jonny Smith - Ringu and the J-Horror revolution
Auckland City branch meeting of the NZ Society of Genealogists (1)
HeritageTalks: Settling the Waikato with Marie Hickey
HeritageTalks: My Mother and Other Secrets with Wendyl Nissen
Auckland City branch meeting of the NZ Society of Genealogists (2)
HeritageTalks: An Italian in New Zealand with author Wilma Giordano Laryn
Take up te wero (the challenge) to speak more te reo Māori this Mahuru Māori!
Join us for an unbelievable adventure with our school holiday activities for tamariki and rangatahi.
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