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Stroud Reading Circle

Do you enjoy reading? come along to the Reading Circle and meet like-minded people. The Reading Circle group get together on a Wednesday afternoon at 1:30pm every six weeks to talk about the books they have read. If you only read detective stories, or non-fiction or biographies? They don’t mind. They’re always on the lookout for a […]

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Short Story Workshop at Stroud Library

A nuts and bolts workshop about how to keep your readers interested for both the beginner and experienced writer. Presented by Megan Buxton the chairperson for the Hunter Writer’s Centre, Megan will give you some insights as to how to create memorable stories. Lunch and refreshments will be provided – bookings essential. WHERE | Stroud Library, […]

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‘Lost Worlds’ summer reading club

On 1 December registrations for the summer reading club will open in all Great Lakes Council Libraries. This is an awesome program to encourage kids to read over summer or parents to read to them. Any child, new born through to youth 18 years of age can be registered. The starter kit contains an activity book, […]

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Why Dads matter

Great Lakes Council’s Library Service is encouraging dads to reach out to their children through reading. Modelling reading, sharing stories, exploring the world together and engaging in meaningful conversations that build critical thinking skills is the crucial role dads play in their child’s literacy development from birth to adulthood. It is never too early to […]

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Story time @ Stroud Library

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Story time at Stroud Library

Starting Next Term Friday 17 October – 10.30am Stroud Library, Church Lane Stroud Every 2nd Friday – during the school term Stories Craft and Songs for the under 5’s For more information contact Kathy at the Library 4994 5204

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