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Feb, 2020

Storytime for Kids at Bell

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Storytime for Kids is held at the Bell State School library, in conjunction with the eKindy and Prep classes. All storytime sessions are open to the public and members of the Bell Playgroup. If you have any questions about Storytime in Bell, please contact Pam at the Bell Library. The next session of will be on Wednesday 18 March 2020, at 12.15pm 18 March 22 April 27 May – National Simultaneous Storytime 17 June 15 July 19 August 16 September 21 October 18 November Want to find a Storytime session closer […]

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Feb, 2020

Storytime for Toddlers at Miles

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Art and language fun is the aim of Storytime for Toddlers.  Sessions are especially beneficial for children between 18 months and 4 years. Storytime for Toddlers will focus on talking, playing, singing and reading. 18 February – @ the Library – Emily Green’s Garden Bookings are essential. P: 4628 5330 E: miles.library@nullwdrc.qld.gov.au Looking for a Storytime session closer to you? Click here for details of Storytime in our other branches.

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Feb, 2020

It’s Toddler Time!

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We have started 2020 with some enormous fun, five cheeky monkeys jumping on the parachute, Humpty Dumpty fall off the wall (Don’t worry we patched him back up again) and now we even had some speckled frogs! This week will be no different, lots of familiar family favourites will be dropping in to the Tara Library. Toddler Time is a fun, play based  environment which encourages language development and social interaction for toddlers  to four years, through song, dance and play. The session features nursery rhymes, finger plays, action songs, […]

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Feb, 2020

Better Homes and Gardens February

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Take your home and gardens from drab to fab this Feb with a little help from Better Homes! How great is wallpaper?  Change the look of a room in an afternoon with a range of fun designs. You can get wallpaper in anything from a tropical scene of lush ferns and large leaf plants to a room of strawberry fields. With wallpaper, the wall is just a blank canvas. Take a few minutes to enjoy what wallpaper can do for a room; flick to page 14–21 for inspiration.  Not sure […]

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Feb, 2020

Meet Karen Land

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Local Naturopath and author Karen Land is touring the Western Downs in 2020 and she has all the tip and tricks you need to improve your health naturally. Master the art of reading food labels, expand your health awareness, and learn how to make informed choices about what is going into your body. Refreshments are provided at this FREE event.   Moonie Library Monday 10 February 10–11.30am Reserve your spot here.   Meandarra Library Monday 10 February 1.30–3pm Reserve your spot here.   Wandoan Library Monday 17 February 1.30–3pm Reserve […]

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Jan, 2020

Photo Preservation is Back

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Do you have treasured family photos that you want to preserve? Take the opportunity from Monday 6 January to Friday 31 January 2020 to scan your precious family memorabilia. Chinchilla Library will once again have the photo preservation unit available for you to use. You can digitise: Printed photographs (up to A4 size) Film negatives (35mm, medium format, 4 x 5 inch) Photo slides (35mm) Documents (up to A4 size) The station can be booked for a 2 hour session. Bookings are essential. If you would like to more information or […]

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Jan, 2020

February 2020 Community Events

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February in Wandoan  Saturday 1 February:  Noonga’s Old Time family dance, doors open 7.30pm. Music by Sound Elite, lucky door prizes. More info contact Mary Leahy 46276358 Friday 7 February:  Workshop, the Art of Book Folding. Bookings essential, register here. Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 February:  Creative Arts Escape, half or full day workshops. Book online here. Thursday 13 February:  Wandoan Creative Sewers meet in the club room at 9.30am for a day of stitchen.  Bring your projects, morning tea and lunch and join the ladies for the day. Monday […]

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Jan, 2020

Storytime at the Parklands

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Summer in the park is bright, warm and beautiful, so join us in January for Storytime in the Park. Storytime will be held at the Chinchilla Botanic Parkland at 9.30am Friday 17 January. Don’t forget your hat, water bottle and sunscreen. Our Storytime sessions are made up of four components – reading, talking, playing and singing. Of course reading occurs each Storytime, and the books are carefully selected to reflect the interests and ages of the children that we expect to attend. But it’s the other components that make our […]

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Sep, 2019

Storytime at Dalby

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Dalby Library has a lot to offer. Getting to know your local library can be a part of learning about and loving books. You can borrow great children’s books for free. This means you can have lots of books in your home for your child to explore — and it won’t cost you a cent. Reading and sharing stories can: help your child get to know sounds, words and language and develop early literacy skills learn to value books and stories spark your child’s imagination and stimulate curiosity help your […]

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Sep, 2019

Storytime for Toddlers

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Your toddlers are active, cheeky, and constantly learning. With songs and rhymes, stories, movement and activities, Storytime for Toddlers is an interactive session geared towards developing your child’s early literacy capabilities.   This is an interactive session between parent (or caregiver) and toddlers best suited to ages 1-3 years, but all are welcome: Dalby Library – Tuesdays, 10.30am Chinchilla Library – Fridays, 9.30am All sessions will continue throughout the school holidays!   With funding through the State Government’s First Five Forever initiative, we’ve been able to put a concerted effort into research […]

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