Library programs

Activities and programs for all age groups are run throughout the year across our libraries.

Mum reads book to child
An exciting range of activities, special events and competitions are held in Toowoomba Region libraries. Check out our online calendar to find what's on at your library. To see the activities specific to your local library, select the location within the calendar.    Queensland Women's Week Toowoomba Region Libraries was successful in obtaining a Queensland Women’s Week grant to deliver events, projects or activities during Queensland Women's Week 2018 from 3 to 11 March ...
Family reads book
Story time is a session full of stories, rhymes and songs aimed at 2-5 year old children (but all ages are welcome) and their parents/carers. These sessions give children a fun and relaxed start to their reading development before school through interactive storytelling, music, play and art. Cecil Plains Library First Friday of the month at 10.30 am, during school term only. Crows Nest, John French VC Memorial Library Second and fourth Tuesday of ...
Residents across the region can receive free computer training at the library. A wide range of free computer classes are available to assist absolute beginners and computer novices gain new skills and confidence. Our tech savvy classes are listed below with a short description. Participants may bring their own device and can repeat a topic if they wish. To enquire or book a training session please phone 131 872 or contact your local library. Online ...
We support people who are learning English as a second language, and adults looking to improve their reading, writing and numeracy skills through the following services:   1. The literacy collection This collection includes aids to reading, writing, speaking and listening to English as well as basic numeracy. The literacy collection is in the Adult Non-Fiction section at ANF 428 under the "Mastering English" sign.   2. The Road to IELTS (International English Language Te ...
In a friendly and relaxed environment you and your baby can learn rhymes, action songs and finger plays together. It’s noisy, fun and a wonderful chance to learn some new songs for bedtime, bath time or when you’re stuck in the car. Baby Rhyme Time helps: establish and foster your baby’s first experience listening to stories, songs and rhymes. develop and nurture a child’s interest in literature and libraries. provide direction and ideas for ...
Oakey and Pittsworth Libraries are running a LEGO Literacy Club for primary school-aged children. LEGO Literacy Club promotes play with the basics of language encouraging children to experiment, problem solve, create words and rhymes, learn new vocab and practice letters and numbers using LEGO bricks. It builds upon these skills by using playtime as an opportunity to develop the foundation, early literacy and family literacy skills of young people and their parents ...

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