What's on in our libraries

An exciting range of activities, special events and competitions are held in Toowoomba Region libraries. Search through our library events for upcoming activities and events at your library

 

Halloween Family Fun Event at Toowoomba City Library bannerHalloween - Family fun event at Toowoomba City Library

Get ready to enter a world of spooky fun for the whole family! Join us in your best (PG-rated) Halloween costume and take part in these fun Halloween activities:

  • Halloween markets
  • Free spooky selfie stations
  • Free kids craft and face painting
  • Free indoor croquet course
  • Scavenger hunt
  • SFX makeup demos
  • Trick or treat sessions
  • Free outdoor movie screening...

...and much more! For more information, download a flyer or view our events calendar.


When: Saturday 26 October 2019, 12pm - 6:30pm
Where: Toowoomba City Library

This event is in partnership with YouthConnect and the Toowoomba Hospital Foundation Zombie Walk.

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Out and About: Baby Rhyme Time and Story Time 

Babies and young children learn best by listening and interacting with the important adults in their lives during everyday activities – whether that’s talking about what you can see on the way to the park, singing nursery rhymes, pointing out something you both view out the window or learning new words while shopping for groceries. Free Baby Time and Story Time sessions are now being run at various locations throughout Toowoomba. Proudly funded and supported by the Queensland Government and the State Library of Queensland.

Click here for session times

 

Anime Club at the Toowoomba City Library

Join us as we watch anime, talk manga, eat food, do a little gaming and host cosplay and trivia competitions. Movies of a G, PG, and M rating will be shown.

Times: Held on the last Friday of the month during term time only, 4pm to 5.30pm
Ages: Anime Club is open to ages 12 to 18 only. 
Bookings: Not required.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 16 October 2019 15:21
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