‘My Health Record’ Information session at Grafton Library

Grafton Library will be a venue for an information session for ‘My Health Record’ on Wednesday 8th August.  My Health Record is an online summary of your key health information. When you have a My Health Record, your health information can be viewed securely online, from anywhere, at any time – even if you move…

‘The Magic Pudding’ adaptation by Grafton performing arts group

A slice of fun for all ages!  Be entertained by this unique production adapted and performed by members of Grafton U3A Inc. It will mark the 100th Anniversary of Norman Lindsay’s The Magic Pudding: the adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and his friends Bill Barnacle and Sam Sawnoff. Where: Grafton library When: Tuesday 24th of July…

Food for thought – Study nights for high school seniors

Grafton library will be opening their doors for two study nights to high school seniors that are looking to cram in some last-minute study away from the distractions at home. Students will have access to the library collections, Wi-Fi, computers & resources – so inform a study buddy asap & come along! Free printing & photocopying…

Author talk by ‘Sea Rogue Survivor’ Michael Williams

It has been a decade since Michael Williams collapsed on a beach naked, sunburnt and exhausted after a 10-hour swim from a sinking prawn trawler. To mark the 10-year anniversary, Mr Williams, an Angourie resident, has released a book of poetry called Sea Rogue (also the name of the sunken trawler), which tells the story…

Inspiring author visits from Jeremy Scott

Travel!  Adventure!  Cycling!  Hope! In 2011, Jeremy cycled for 2.5 years from London to New Zealand. This was made possible due to heart surgery which saved his life as a child. Jeremy is recipient of the Australian Heart Foundation ‘Hero Heart Award’ and is an ambassador for Waterline Challenge. His incredible story highlights what anyone…