What's On @ your library
April - Noosa Library
Story Telling - Tuesdays: April 1st, 15th, 22nd & 29th 10 - 11am. For under 5's.
Wriggle Giggle Read: Every Thursday 3rd, 17th & 24th April at 10am for children aged 12 months to 2.5 yrs. Stories and songs to capture young imaginations.
Battle Games @ Noosa for kids over 10 yrs. Every Saturday in the Noosa Library meeting room from 11am to 2.30pm. Come along and you will find the armies of Warhammer - Skaven, Elves, Space Marines or Lizardmen strategically battle each other. B.Y.O Armies and game books. Contact Young People's Services for more info.
SCHOOL HOLIDAY MAGICAL MAYHEM @ NOOSA LIBRARY
PH: NOOSA LIBRARY 5442 4411 FOR BOOKINGS
Elves at the Bottom of the Garden
Storytelling for ages 3-7 years in the children's area.
Time: 10.00 - 11.00am.
Softie Sprites. Create your own magical softie.
Time: 10.00am -12.00pm
Age: 10 years & over
Thursday April 17th
2 - 4pm
Library Meeting Room
Afternoon Tea provided
Join this free interactive, online workshop and discover or uncover the people, places and pictures of Noosa's heritage.
Ph: Noosa Library 5442 4411.
Cultural Connection @ Noosa Library
Noosa Council Library has been successful in obtaining grant funding from Multicultural Affairs of Queensland to contribute to delivering a multicultural program in 2008. Noosa Council Library will promote languages and cultural diversity in the Noosa region through a 12 month workshop program: Cultural Connection @ Noosa Library. The program will represent all continents and highlight a different culture on a significant date each month including Bastille Day to promote French culture, Carnevale to promote Italian culture etc. The program will include workshops on food, dance, bi-lingual storytelling, language, conversation classes, music and art, as well as displays to promote each culture and multicultural services.
Japanese Cultural Connection @ Noosa Library
Kimono dressing demonstration and traditional tea ceremony
Friday 18 April 1pm
Learn how to dress in a kimono and participate in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
Ph 54 424 411
Origami and Japanese paper craft for adults
Thursday 24 April 10am
Learn how to make origami and a Japanese paper craft card.
Ph 54 424 411
Sushi making demonstration and Japanese calligraphy
Wednesday 30 April 1pm
Learn how to make sushi as well as how Japanese calligraphy is written.
Ph 54 424 411
Proudly funded by the Queensland Government through Multicultural Affairs Queensland
Noosa Library, Noosaville, Not Assigned
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