Lake Inverell

Library News and Events

LIBRARY NEWSLETTERS

The library produces a regular newsletter that includes book reviews, tips on how to use the library and information about library services and events. The newsletters are available in print at the library.

Library Newsletters
August 2020 Edition[7 MB - PDF]
July 2020 Edition[4 MB - PDF]
June 2020 Edition[5 MB - PDF]
May 2020 Edition[4 MB - PDF]
March 2020 Edition[4 MB - PDF]
February 2020 Edition[5 MB - PDF]
January 2020 Edition[5 MB - PDF]
December 2019 Edition[5 MB - PDF]
November 2019 Edition[5 MB - PDF]
October 2019 Edition[5 MB - PDF]
September 2019 Edition[6 MB - PDF]

Latest News

Council staff take to the streets | 6 April 2020

Staff from Inverell Shire Library and the Visitor Information Centre took to the streets this week to assist Meals on Wheels, ensuring residents received a 2-course meal plus a couple of Easter treats. Read more

Baby Book Bags | 16 January 2020

With more than 300 babies born in the Inverell region each year, Inverell Library has launched a new project to provide all newborns in the shire with a handmade library bag of specially selected books to support early literacy. Read more

EVENTS

The Library has many events dedicated for children and adults of all ages.

With weekly story-time sessions, movie screenings, our popular school holiday activities and our dedicated children and youth areas and collections there is something for everyone.

All children and their parents are welcome to participate in any of the Library events.

Our dedicated For The Kids page details information on our Baby Bounce, Storytime and School Holiday activities.

View all the Library hosted events here on our Events Calendar.

Please be sure to read the conditions detailed below which apply to all events organized by the Library.

Additional Information

Please be advised that food & beverages will be supplied by the Library at some of the holiday sessions. Library staff are unable to monitor what every child eats. Children with significant allergies or food intolerances who book in for these sessions should be supervised by a parent or guardian. If the child is old enough to know what foods to avoid on their own the library officer should still be advised of the issue to assist in preventing any allergy-related problems.

Supervision of 6-17 year olds

Parental supervision is not compulsory for 6-17 year olds during school holidays sessions, but it is recommended in the case of the younger children in this age bracket, or if a child is likely to become distracted or disruptive.

Library staff will do their utmost to monitor attending children, but consideration must be given to the fact that the Library is a public place, and, unlike a childcare facility, children are not locked inside.

It is expected that parents explain to their children prior to attending any of these sessions that they are not to leave the building until they are picked up by a parent or guardian.

Charges

Activities that require materials to be purchased by the library will incur a charge. 

The charge will be minimal and implemented on a cost recovery basis.

Last modified 28-Jul-2020

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CONTACT COUNCIL

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm

Correspondence:
General Manager
PO Box 138 Inverell NSW 2360

Administration Centre

144 Otho Street
Inverell NSW 2360

Phone: (02) 6728 8288
Fax: (02) 6728 8277
Email: council@inverell.nsw.gov.au
ABN: 72 695 204 530

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