Programs and events calendar

Programs and events calendar
Photo of children doing craft
There are ongoing programs as well as unique events which take place across the libraries that your Council provides. Programs Events libraries canterbury bankstown There are ongoing programs as well as unique events which take place across the libraries that your Council provides.  




Riverwood Library and Community Hub Grand Opening Library and Community Hub Grand OpeningWednesday 12 December - 10am-1.30pm​ -- Come and celebrate the opening of the new Riverwood Library and Community Hub!
School Holidays at our Libraries Holidays at our Libraries​School children from ages 5 to 12 years are invited to join us from 8 January 2019 where you will be spoilt for choice when our libraries will stage a fun-filled program of activities and excursions during the school holidays.
Japanese Paper Gift Wrapping Paper Gift WrappingWednesday 12 December - If you are looking for a way to impress everyone with your gift wrapping skills, come along and learn the art of Japanese Gift Wrapping.
Card Making Group Making GroupFeeling creative? Then come along to learn how to produce the perfect card for that special occasion!
Stig Wemyss @ The Library Wemyss @ The LibraryClimb your way to fun with Treehouse series narrator Stig Wemyss. The renowned audiobook narrator will bring his vibrant, high-energy live show to the stage these Summer School Holidays.
English language classes and resources language classes and resourcesCampsie Library hosts regular ESL classes, ESL language kits, readers and online learning resources.
Summer Reading Club Reading ClubGet ready for a summer celebration of sports, games, technology and team spirit.
Preschool Story Time Story TimeStory times for the City of Canterbury Bankstown’s diverse multicultural community are held for pre-school children at all of our libraries.
Book Clubs ClubsDo you love to read and enjoy stimulating conversation with other people about books? Then why not join one of the many book clubs offered by Canterbury-Bankstown's Library and Knowledge Centres.
Play to Learn to LearnPlay to Learn is an early literacy program, where parents can help their child develop the fine motor skills needed for reading and writing development.
Tweens and youth programs and youth programsWe have a range of activities tailored to teens and young adults, so head into your local library today to find out how you can get involved.
Movie Club ClubDo you like watching movies or documentary films? Come and join our movie club, where you can watch and discuss movies.
Local and Family History and Family HistoryFamily history workshops are being held at Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre up to June and again from August to December.
Multicultural programs & events programs & eventsOur library and knowledge centres offer a number of multicultural programs and events for all to attend.
Knitting groups groupsJoin our knitting group and enjoy the company of like-minded craft-lovers. Share ideas, tips and designs!
Help With Reading Program With Reading ProgramWe have started a Help With Reading program to help primary school children build up their skills and confidence in reading aloud to our volunteers.
Baby Rhyme Time Rhyme TimeCome along and join in the fun, introducing your baby to rhymes, songs, board books and other bouncing babies!
Schools Out - after school fun Out - after school fun​​​​Our libraries have a great range of activities, events and services available to benefit everyone. These include educational services, fun events and everything in between. ​
Tech Wise Buddies Program Wise Buddies ProgramDo you need help using your tablet, smartphone or computer?
Book a Librarian​ a Librarian​Did you know that library members can now Book a Librarian for a 30-minute one-on-one session to assist you with your computer needs?
Homework help helpIf you are a Year 3 to 12 student and would like some real-life help and advice, the Homework Assistance Program is here to help.
Watson Anzac website Anzac websiteThe Watson Anzac website was established to reflect on local stories relating to World War 1, encouraging all memebrs of our community to reflect upon and learn more about our local military history.
Frontispiece integrated artworks integrated artworks‘Frontispiece’is the title of the integrated artworks at Chester Hill Library and Knowledge Centre.
Book Week WeekEach year, children and books are brought together to celebrate Children’s Book Week.