Check out what's going on at the Hervey Bay Library

Additional rhyme sessions

AN EXTRA weekly session of Rattle 'n' Rhyme through the Best Start Initiative has started at the Hervey Bay Library on Fridays at 9.30am.

These free sessions are an early introduction to the joy of reading and are lots of fun.

This program is designed for parents and their children under two years of age.

The 30-minute interactive sessions include songs and rhymes to encourage participation.

Local wildlife talks

WILDLIFE enthusiast Chris Muller will be talking about snakes and other reptiles at the Hervey Bay Library tomorrow at 1pm.

Bookings can be made in person or by phoning 4197 4220.

Free book talk

AUTHOR Lynette Gordon-Smith wrote The Legacy Left Behind to encourage women who find themselves in challenging circumstances to take a stand and be strong.

You are invited to join Lynette as she talks about her book at the Hervey Bay Library on Friday, April 10, at 10am.

Bookings in person or by phoning 4197 4220 are required.

Minor renovations

HERVEY Bay Library will be closed on Saturday, March 21, for minor renovations.

All other library branches will be open.

The return chutes will also be closed and the organisation's representative has apologised for any inconvenience.

Easter break closure

FRASER Coast Libraries will be closed over Easter, from April 3-7 and return chutes will be closed.

Library phone numbers

  • Hervey Bay 4197 4220
  • Maryborough 4190 5788
  • Maryborough Toy Library 4190 5893
  • Howard 41294144
  • Tiaro 4129 2453
  • Burrum Heads 4129 5237


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