Red Chair - Riverwood Library and Knowledge Centre

Red Chair - Riverwood Library and Knowledge Centre
Red Chair - Riverwood Library and Knowledge Centre Red Chair - Riverwood Library and Knowledge Centre Red Chair - Riverwood Library and Knowledge Centre Library Services

Riverwood Library

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About the Red Chair program

The Red Chair Initiative has been developed by the City of Canterbury Bankstown to inspire social interaction and conversation between people and help build resilient and connected communities. 

You may have seen a number of red chairs appearing in CBCity, they are provided for you to sit and chat with others. By sitting on the Red chair you are inviting others to chat with you. 

This Red Chair page provides information for you to connect with local activities, services and groups as well as view local stories and images.​​​


80 Kentucky Road​, Riverwood NSW 2210

Phone: 9707 5435
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The Red Chair Initiative has been developed by the City of Canterbury Bankstown to inspire social interaction and conversation between people and help build resilient and connected communities.

You may have seen a number of red chairs appearing in CBCity, they are provided for you to sit and chat with others. By sitting on the Red chair you are inviting others to chat with you.

This Red Chair page provides information for you to connect with local activities, services and groups as well as view local stories and images.​

For Adults

Book club

Open bookDo 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. The book clubs meet on a monthly basis and discuss a pre-selected title from one of our many book sets allocated for our groups.

Riverwood Knowledge and Library Centre book club meets once a month on a Thursday morning. Contact staff for dates and details on 9707 5436.

Chinese knitting group

Fortnightly on Friday 10am-12pm. Contact staff for dates on 9707 5436.

Tech Savvy Seniors

Sponsored by the NSW Government and Telstra, CB City Library Services will host a number of free CALD Tech Savvy classes in Arabic, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin and Vietnamese languages to help those with little or no computer experience develop their confidence and skills in using technology.

Contact the Riverwood Knowledge and Library Centre for Beginner computer courses in Chinese languages. 9707 5436

For Children

Baby Rhyme Time

Child reading bookis designed for babies aged six to 24 months and their parents to have fun in the library sharing stories, songs, nursery rhymes and simple finger puppets. 

Tuesday at 10am (during school term). No bookings required.

Preschool Story Time

Join in the fun and introduce your child to the library, books and reading at an early age. Sessions are for children 2-5 years old and include stories, songs, dancing and a simple craft.

Wednesday at 10am (during school term). No bookings required.

Homework Help

Completing testWe have tutors available to help students from Year 2-10 with homework and assignments during school terms.

Tuesdays 4-7pm during school term

No bookings required.

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