What's On

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Today Thursday 24th August, 2017

Welcome to the World of eBooks

Thursday 24 August 2017 - 10:30am to 12:30pm

Join us for a hands-on workshop exploring how to use an eReader, phone or tablet to read eBooks.

Ngara Yar-re Gna – Hear Say See

Wednesday 28 June 2017 to Sunday 27 August 2017

Join us in celebrating the strength and diversity of Australia’s Indigenous languages. 

Beauty in Difference: The Street Photography of Jon Lewis

Saturday 4 March 2017 to Sunday 27 August 2017

Lewis highlights our culturally diverse city through images of its people.

Satire in the time of war, 1914-1918 (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 21 January 2017 to Friday 1 December 2017

Cooma Library
5 - 17 August 2017

Australian Inspiration (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 21 January 2017 to Thursday 28 June 2018

Deniliquin Library
5 - 17 August 2017

May Gibbs: celebrating 100 years (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 19 August 2017 to Thursday 16 May 2019

Hamilton Library
19 - 31 August 2017

 

What A Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 11 June 2016 to Sunday 30 December 2018

Wollongong Art Gallery
25 August - 29 September 2017

Tomorrow Friday 25th August, 2017

Findmypast hands-on workshop

Friday 25 August 2017 - 10am to 11:30am

A practical session with an expert librarian who will show you how to best search Findmypast.

Bitesize Lunchtime Talk: A Good Life to the End

Friday 25 August 2017 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Ken Hillman (Professor of Intensive Care at UNSW) will talk about his new publication, A Good Life to the End. This book asks why so many elderly people linger in pain and confusion in ICU when often, all they want is to manage their passing at home in peace, surrounded by their loved ones.

Ngara Yar-re Gna – Hear Say See

Wednesday 28 June 2017 to Sunday 27 August 2017

Join us in celebrating the strength and diversity of Australia’s Indigenous languages. 

Beauty in Difference: The Street Photography of Jon Lewis

Saturday 4 March 2017 to Sunday 27 August 2017

Lewis highlights our culturally diverse city through images of its people.

Satire in the time of war, 1914-1918 (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 21 January 2017 to Friday 1 December 2017

Cooma Library
5 - 17 August 2017

Australian Inspiration (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 21 January 2017 to Thursday 28 June 2018

Deniliquin Library
5 - 17 August 2017

May Gibbs: celebrating 100 years (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 19 August 2017 to Thursday 16 May 2019

Hamilton Library
19 - 31 August 2017

 

What A Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 11 June 2016 to Sunday 30 December 2018

Wollongong Art Gallery
25 August - 29 September 2017

Upcoming

What A Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 11 June 2016 to Sunday 30 December 2018

Wollongong Art Gallery
25 August - 29 September 2017

Satire in the time of war, 1914-1918 (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 21 January 2017 to Friday 1 December 2017

Cooma Library
5 - 17 August 2017

Australian Inspiration (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 21 January 2017 to Thursday 28 June 2018

Deniliquin Library
5 - 17 August 2017

Beauty in Difference: The Street Photography of Jon Lewis

Saturday 4 March 2017 to Sunday 27 August 2017

Lewis highlights our culturally diverse city through images of its people.

Ngara Yar-re Gna – Hear Say See

Wednesday 28 June 2017 to Sunday 27 August 2017

Join us in celebrating the strength and diversity of Australia’s Indigenous languages. 

May Gibbs: celebrating 100 years (On tour in NSW)

Saturday 19 August 2017 to Thursday 16 May 2019

Hamilton Library
19 - 31 August 2017

 

Paul Brunton 3: Phillip Parker King: A most admirable Australian

Wednesday 30 August 2017 - 11am to 12pm

King returned to Sydney in 1832, living at his estate ‘Dunheved’ at St Mary’s. In this lecture Paul Brunton will discuss  the active role King played in Sydney's colonial life and culture.

Researching early Chinese Australian families

Wednesday 30 August 2017 - 2pm to 3:30pm

In this talk you will learn about the history of Chinese Australian families from the 1860s to the