Tagged: Libraries

Council Christmas trading hours

December 22, 2017Posted in: Events

Wingecarribee Shire Council wishes to advise that the Moss Vale Civic Centre will close for the Christmas holiday period from 4.30pm Friday 22 December 2017. The Civic Centre, including the Customer Service Counter, will re-open on Tuesday 2 January 2018. Council will however maintain essential services and normal emergency call-out arrangements throughout the Christmas closure. ...

HSC study lock-in at Bowral Library

September 14, 2017Posted in: Events

study lock-in

Wingecarribee Public Libraries will host their sixth annual HSC Night Shift study lock-in on Tuesday 26 September at Bowral Library to help students prepare for their final exams. Year 12 students will have exclusive after-hours access to the library from 6.30pm until the lock-in concludes at 10pm. Council’s Children’s and Youth Librarian Trudy Eccleston said...

Under the Sea in Corbett Gardens writing competition

September 8, 2017Posted in: Events

Corbett gardens

Wingecarribee Public Libraries are inviting the Shire’s youth to join them as they celebrate this year’s Tulip Time celebrations with an underwater themed writing competition. Held in conjunction with the Friends of Wingecarribee Libraries, the competition asks juniors to draw a picture or either write a poem or short story incorporating this year’s Tulip Time...

Views on loos needed for draft Public Toilet Strategy

June 30, 2017Posted in: Community

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking comment from residents after councillors endorsed the draft Public Toilet Strategy which went on public exhibition this week. Council’s Senior Asset Officer of Building Assets, Rachel Forte explained the purpose of the draft strategy. “The draft Public Toilet Strategy details how our public toilets will be managed in the years...

Council libraries launch new eNewsletter

June 27, 2017Posted in: Other

Wingecarribee Public Libraries are gearing up to launch their inaugural electronic newsletter, The Wingecarribee Word, on Saturday 1 July. Librarian Trudy Eccleston said the brand new monthly eNewsletter would benefit all library users. “Within the eNewsletter patrons can learn about all the great resources that can be found across our Wingecarribee Public Libraries,” she said....