What's on

There's always something happening at your local library. We'd love you to join us for te reo, holiday programmes, knitting, preschool activities and more.

Tap the Magic Story Tree - April School Holiday Programme 

Tap the Magic Story Tree - April School Holiday Programme

Story World 

Stories, singing and craft twice a week at the big library. We explore the best children's books, and then do our own interpretive crafty activity.

City Centre Library, children's area, Wednesdays & Fridays 10.45am during term time.

Award-winning books 

Have a look at the hottest books that are winning hearts and minds around the world - here in our library.

Toddler Time 

Calling all preschoolers to the Whitby Library for your weekly fix of stories, songs and rhymes. We have a different theme every week and a playground next door.

Whitby Library, 10.30–11 am every Friday, except during the summer holidays.

Baby Band 

A warm, friendly, tuneful social opportunity for babies and caregivers alike. Come and make a joyful sound at City Centre Library.

City Centre Library, children's area, Thursdays at 10.30am during school term time

Cannons Creek Library Avengers 

Kids become library superheroes, getting to know all about books and libraries, gaining skills and having fun on their way to the Wall of Fame.

Available at Cannons Creek Library, after school or during school holidays.

Tuia Te Reo – knit & kōrero 

Do you like knitting? Are you interested in speaking Te Reo Māori? Tuia Te Reo is a knitting circle that meets once a month at Porirua City Centre Library.

City Centre Library from May 2019

A-Long Hot Summer Festival 

Check out the amazing events that happened at A-Long Hot Summer Story Festival – which ran from 20 December to 17 January.

Time for a Yarn 

Bring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, hand sewing, tatting or anything that involves yarn or thread and join us for a free cuppa and a yarn while we work on our projects and share ideas, tips and patterns.

1st, 3rd & 5th Thursday of the month, 10–11.30am, Whitby Library.