Library Programs and Events

City of Darwin Libraries host a variety of programs and events throughout the year for library customers of all ages. These are advertised within the libraries and through the media.

There are regular events for children and adults alike such as Babes ’n’ Books, Storytime, live music each Friday lunchtime at Casuarina and City libraries and Bookclubs for adults and young people. Special events such as author visits, book launches and workshops are held periodically, you can view these in the events calendar. Our Learning, Living, Leisure program offers free classes for the community in Basic Internet and Basic Email to help you keep up with today's technology.   

 


 

The Hunger Games Quiz Night

  • Are you a Hunger Games fan?
  • Have you read the novels again and again?
  • Are you 'on fire' with trivia knowledge?

Join us for a Hunger Games Quiz Night plus prizes, pizza and drinks. Reacquiant yourself with the Hunger Games world before Catching Fire is released.

Ages 12-18, 6.30-8.30pm Friday 15 November, Casuarina Library.

Book your seat.


Kids Reading Oz Choice (KROC) Awards Party

The winners you have been voting for will be announced at the KROC Awards Party soon. We will have a special guest Johanna Bell, author of Too Many Cheecky Dogs will attend. There will be prizes for those who have voted and a lucky door also.

  • 3.30-4.30pm
  • Thursday 7 November
  • Casuarina Library

No bookings required.


 

Seniors @ Karama

Join us for an informative, relaxing social morning for Seniors on the third Friday of each month between 10 am and 12 noon.Seniors @ Karama  

  • Browse the shelves
  • Play board games
  • Surf the Net
  • Or just chat over morning tea

Each month a special guest will be invited. Meet new friends and renew old acquaintances over a cup of tea at Karama Library.

Phone 08 8927 2505 or book online. We look forward to seeing you. 


Seniors Month

Seniors Month is held in August every year in the Northern Territory and enables people and organisations to work together to promote active ageing whilst encouraging a positive understanding of ageing in the community. City of Darwin programs a variety of fun and interesting activities each year for our Seniors. Check out the 2013 program of events.


Check out our Newsletter What's New @ your library - October 2013 for details of current events.