A very Happy New Year to you all. We hope you had a relaxing break over the holidays.
The first get-together of Te Aroha Library's book club in 2018, is on Friday February 2nd . The topic, as you may remember, is ‘Islands’: either a book about an island (or islands), or one with the word ‘island’ in the title. There’s still time to come and find a book - and we do have a list of ‘possibles’ in the book group box, if you’re stuck!
See you at 4pm in Te Aroha Library : )
Don' miss out on your summer reading, here's our opening hours for the holiday period.
With the busiest time of the year coming up, we thought it might be helpful to put all the library dates together for you to add to your calendar.
1st December is the day for early birds to register for the Wild Kingdom Summer Reading Programmme brought to you by Kiwanis and Matamata Piako District Council.
Also on the 1st December starting at 4pm we have the Te Aroha Library book club meeting with discussion on Science Fiction or Fantasy titles.
On the 5th December we celebrate our last Toddler time at 11 am in Matamata and Te Aroha Library's and on the 6th it is Morrinsville Library's turn.
The 9th December at 4pm is the newly formed Minecraft Club, at Morrinsville Library, which is open to children 8 and up with their own device.
The 11th December is the start of the Wild Kingdom Summer Reading Programme, working in with the end of the school term and the start of the holidays.
Saturday the 23rd December is the last day to get your Christmas holiday reading sorted. We are closed until the 27th December.
27th to the 29th December we are open from 10.30 to 4.30 only, leaving plenty of time for those family barbeque's afterwards.
And finally do remember to make the most of the New Year weekend you need to have your reading organised by the 29th, as we are closed on Saturday the 30th.
Now that you have updated your calendar, it is time for another chapter of that book...
We hope everyone enjoyed our final meeting for 2017, discussing our forays into alternative realities.
Now we’re heading into holidays. Cue massive tomes by Ken Follett, Jackie Collins etc, and long luxurious afternoons in the shade with a cold drink. Bliss! OR… you could get a head-start on your reading for the first meeting of 2018, which will be at Te Aroha Library, 4pm on 2nd February next year! The topic for this will be ‘Islands’: choose any book about islands, or with the word ‘island/s’ in the title. There is a handy suggestion list of possible reads at Te Aroha Library, sitting in the Book Group Bucket J
However you choose to spend the summer break, we wish you a very happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year!