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Meet Australian Children's Laureate Leigh Hobbs - Last updated: 16/09/2016
Meet Australian Children’s Laureate Leigh Hobbs in these fun, interactive drawing events for families and school groups. Create your own Old Tom and Mr Chicken and your own unforgettable characters. Bring a pencil, A4 paper, something to lean on and get ready to express your own creative talents. Books will be available for purchase. Bookings are essential for all events as places are limited.

What's On Spring 2016 - Last updated: 01/09/2016
It’s spring and we have lots of great programs including: pasta making, spring gardening, writing workshops, foot health, how to have a healthy heart, Questacon’s Science Time and our Brick Club. Click through for details of these and other programs, to download a What’s On flyer, and to make a booking.

Closed for public holidays - Last updated: 31/08/2016
All our library branches and the ACT Heritage Library will be closed for the public holidays on Monday 26 September and Monday 3 October. eResources and the library catalogue are available during this period so you can download eBooks, eAudio, music and digital magazines.

Children’s Book Council ACT Branch 2016 Book Appeal - Last updated: 31/08/2016
We’re pleased to again be supporting the Children’s Book Council of Australia ACT Branch’s annual book appeal. 1600+ books are needed each year. You can donate new books for children aged between 0 and 18 years at any of our library branches and they will be given to disadvantaged children at Christmas time.

Get our reading challenge list - Last updated: 31/08/2016
Read often, read widely, talk about books and reading, and challenge yourself. Reading challenges are for everyone and a great way to get some reading inspiration and encourage you to read more and read widely. It's not a competition, there are no prizes...just you (and family and friends) versus the list. We also have a special Chatterbox Reading Challenge for younger readers.

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.