Students from the Clarence Valley Conservatorium will be showcasing music in a relaxed, informal atmosphere at Grafton Library on Wednesday 5th April from 7.00pm Supper will be provided by the Friends of Grafton Library (FoGL) for a gold coin donation.
To celebrate National Youth Week Grafton Library is holding a free Games Night for young people aged 12-25 years on Friday 31st March from 6.00pm – 9.00pm Chill out with your friends and meet new people with free pizza, music and games. There are plenty of games to choose from. Come along, bring your friends and take…
Young people in the valley are invited to get live ‘n’ loud in Grafton Library on Thursday 6th April from 6.00-9.00pm. This is a great opportunity for young musicians to perform live in front of their friends in an alcohol and drug free environment. Young musicians are encouraged to contact the library to be included…
Join us at Grafton Library on Wednesday 22nd March at 12.00pm for a talk and tasting of local bush tucker. Please book on 66410100.
Join Zoe from Riverland Travel at Maclean Library from 10.30am on Tuesday 14th March as she provides some travelling tips including insurances, industry updates and popular destinations.
Join local historian Nola Mackey and the Friends of Grafton Library (FoGL) for a walk through Grafton CBD.
Come and share a cuppa at Grafton Library on Friday 10th March from 10.00am. Learn about the wonderful things you can be involved in at your library: join a book club explore your local & family history become a ‘friend’ of the library experience online resources Be entertained by popular bush poet Bill Kearns.
Join us in at Grafton Library on Friday 10 March from 2.00pm for a talk and taste of local bush tucker.
Come along to Grafton Library on Wednesday 8th March at 2.30pm and help us correct digitized transcripts of local newspaper articles on TROVE and reveal the hidden details of the Clarence Valley’s past. This introduction session on editing Trove newspaper articles will help the National Library of Australia make our history more accessible. Books are essential, phone 66410100…
Come along to Yamba Library on Wednesday 8th March at 10.30am as author Maggie Counihan talks about her book “Backpacking to freedom”.