TUESDAY 16 AND WEDNESDAY 17 AUGUST 2022.
The access road (approximately 4km out from the Recreation Area gate) and the Recreation Area will be closed to all access on these days.
Families in smaller communities on the Fraser Coast will be able to attend pop-up Under 5 Time sessions and borrow books and toys when an eye-catching new First 5 Forever van hits the road.
Fraser Coast school children are invited to enter the Mary Poppins Literary Competition presented by The Proud Marys Association with the support of Fraser Coast Libraries.
The Howard Library will be closed from May 21 until early July to allow the building to be extended in the first stage of a wider renovation.
The winners of Fraser Coast Libraries’ Design-a-Bookmark Competition have been announced. Click on this news item for details!
Face-to-face activities for babies, children, teens and adults will restart at Fraser Coast Libraries in May.
Fraser Coast residents are invited to choose their favourite bookmark design from almost 150 entries in Fraser Coast Libraries’ Design-a-Bookmark competition.
Fraser Coast Libraries will close for the upcoming Easter, Anzac Day and Labour Day public holidays.
Some books and other items at Hervey Bay Library will be shifted during the March 17 to 20 temporary closure in preparation for the first stage of the roof rehabilitation project.
Fraser Coast Libraries members can join a new, free, online book club and watch live video chats between authors every month following the launch of Ben’s Book Club.
Maryborough and Tiaro Libraries are reopening after the flooding. Tiaro Library will reopen on Thursday, March 3 and Maryborough Library will reopen on Friday, March 4, 2022.
The Hervey Bay Library will be closed for four days from March 17 to 20 to allow contractors to assess the work required to replace the roof.
Karen Lynch celebrating 45 years of service!
Fraser Coast residents are being encouraged to unleash their artistic talent in miniature by entering the Fraser Coast Libraries’ Design-a-Bookmark competition.
In view of the current public health situation, face-to-face library programs have been placed on hold until further notice.
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