Makerspace Open Day - Last updated: 08/10/2015
Explore the library’s makerspace; watch our 3D printers in action, explore the library along with our Lego Robot, and try your hand at programming using scratch. Drop in at any time to talk to makers about where the future of tech and libraries is and hear about their existing projects. Saturday 17 October 11 am – 4 pm at Civic Library
Attention Book Groups - 2016 applications open - Last updated: 22/09/2015
Applications are open to borrow book sets from the library in 2016. You can download the book list and submit your application online now.
Meet and hear from bestselling Australian author Judy Nunn - Last updated: 17/09/2015
Meet and hear from bestselling Australian author Judy Nunn at Gungahlin Library from 6 – 7 pm on Wednesday 4 November 2015. Judy's new book, Spirits of the Ghan, tells the tale of two people involved in completing The Ghan railway between Adelaide and Darwin. This is your chance to hear from Judy herself about how she was inspired to write the story. Books will be for sale on the day so you can also get an autographed copy. Bookings essential.
Libraries ACT Makerspace now open - Last updated: 07/09/2015
Make, play, and innovate at the newly opened makerspace at Civic Library. Come along and play with our programmable tech (3D printers, Makey Makeys etc) and brainstorm your genius, soon-to-be realised project! Space is open for induction on the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month between 2 and 5 pm.
6 digit alphanumeric PIN - Last updated: 02/04/2015
You can now have a more flexible library PIN! Update your PIN today. Next time you log into your account, you’ll need to change your PIN from 4 digits to 6 characters and make it a combination of numbers and letters. Make sure you choose a strong PIN (don’t use a sequential number, numbers from your membership card, a birthday or easily guessed number). Follow the link above for more information.
Commemorating the ANZAC Centenary - Last updated: 02/04/2015
In 2015 we commemorate the ANZAC Centenary, and to acknowledge this we will be remembering the men and women of the ACT who served in WWI by 'calling the roll'. Starting in April, we will post about each of these people on our blog and share this information on social media. We encourage you to look for these posts, read and share them. We also invite you to search, browse and contribute to the ACT Memorial database www.memorial.act.gov.au and to visit the ACT Memorial in person on London Circuit, Civic, opposite Civic Square. The ACT Memorial honours the men and women of the ACT who served their country in war, conflict, peacekeeping and humanitarian missions, some of whom paid the supreme sacrifice.