Come and join some of our programs for children and their families.
Baby Bounce and Rhyme Time
Baby Bounce and Rhyme Time is half an hour of bouncing songs, rhymes and giggles for mothers or carers and babies aged 0-2. It introduces the very young to language and books through the pleasure of singing together and sharing appropriate books.
Pick up a flier at the library or visit the What's on page for more information.
Preschool Story Time
This program is for children up to 5 years of age and their carers. Listen to stories, rhymes and songs, watch finger puppet plays or do craft!
Story time is free of charge and everyone is welcome. Booking is not required.
Pick up a flier at the library or visit the What's on page for more information
Our libraries have a fun program of activities during school holidays which may include craft, science workshops, special shows or simple cookery.
A holiday flier will be available on the What's On page one month before the school holidays.
Bookings open two weeks before the school holidays and are essential. Places are limited so book early.
Summer Reading Club
The Summer Reading Club is run during the December and January school holidays. The Club is designed to encourage children to maintain their reading during the long summer break from school.
Details are available one month before the December/January school holidays begin. Visit the What's on
page for more information.
Help with school work from a secondary school teacher is available in the Technology Room at Auburn Library on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm during school terms. Computers are available for students to use.
Your Tutor is a free online tutoring service. One-to-one tutoring assistance is available to all students, regardless of their geographic, social, cultural, or economic circumstances. You will need a current library card to login to the service. You can access the website between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm weeknights.
Premier's Reading Challenge
The Premier's Reading Challenge aims to encourage a love of reading for leisure and pleasure, and to enable students to experience quality literature.
For children who are participating in the Premier’s Reading Challenge the library has added stickers to titles held which indicate the reading levels:
In the library’s catalogue you can search for Premier's Reading Challenge by going to the hot topics
page and selecting one of the Premier's Reading Challenge options.
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