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What's on at the Noosa Library in February?

Do you want to learn computer basics?
- Computer basics
- How to email
- Introduction to the internet
Every Friday Computer Classes are held in the Library meeting room from 10-11:30am.
Noosa Library
Bookings essential ph 5442 4411

The Essentials: Adult Literacy and Numeracy program offers free one-to-one to provide training to meet the needs and goals of adult learners. Sessions are held weekly at the Noosa Library with a trained volunteer tutor.
All enquiries to Lyn Harris at the Noosa Library on 5442 4411.

Word wise speaking English classes resume Wednesday 4th February. These classes are designed for people who are learning to speak English as their second language. The classes are held alternate Tuesday's and Wednesday's at the library.
Bookings essential.
Contact Daniela or Alessandra at the Noosa Library ph 54 424 411.

Art, life, chooks

Meet author Annette Hughes, who in her previous lives has been a bookseller, contemporary art dealer, theatrical film and television agent, small publisher and literary agent.
As a literary agent Annette Hughes lived a life of launch parties dealmaking and endless manuscripts. It was a job that seemed to follow naturally from her work with painters sculptors actors and musicians. But then she gave it all up and headed back to the state of her birth Queensland and a farm in the Noosa hinterland with her partner Geoffrey.
Now her life is digging the vegetable patch watching the seasons tending the chooks and animating a class of disinclined drama students at a local school. Some days she loses her voice. On others she may speak to no one or simply spend an hour or two communing with the cows or watching horrified as Geoffrey fights off pythons in the chook house.

Wednesday 11 Feb 6.30pm
$6 includes wine and supper
Bookings essential
Noosa Library ph 54 424 411

Courier Mail Big Book Club presents
Author Kate Morton

In conjunction with the Courier Mail Big Book Club, Sunshine Coast Libraries will be hosting International Bestselling author Kate Morton. Kate is the author of 'The Forgotten Garden' and 'The Shifting Fog' (also called 'The house at Riverton').
Kate Morton made headlines in 2006 when the advance rights sales to her debut novel hit the million-dollar mark. Her latest book, 'The Forgotten Garden' has already reached the heady heights of the No.1 bestseller slot in the Australian bestseller fiction chart and the UK Sunday Times Bestseller chart.

Where: Trios on the river
Date: Tuesday 24 February, 12 noon
Cost: $35 per person and includes a 3 course meal (attendees pay for own beverages). Bookings essential and payment must be made prior to the event to secure bookings.
Contact: Noosa Library on 5442 4411 or Annie's Books on Peregian on 5448 2053.

The Courier Mail Big Book Club's continuing success is made possible due to funding and support from The Courier Mail, State Library of Queensland, Australia Council for the Arts, 612 ABC Radio and Queensland public libraries.


Story Telling: Tuesday 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th February. 10 -- 11am.
For under 5's.

Wriggle Giggle Read: Thursday 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th February. 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.

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