News

Latest news from your library.

This page has a listing of all our recent news items. Older items can be viewed in our News Archive. 

Saturday 23 February 2019

Richmond Robotics Club

There is a clear interest in all things technological from the youngest members of the Tasman district. Our regular Techy Time sessions have proved so popular that we have leapt at the chance to work with technology educator Nathalie Lacaze to offer advanced technology learning at Richmond Library.

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Wednesday 13 February 2019

The Prow Celebrates 10th Birthday!

The Prow, the Top of the South's history website, is celebrating its 10th birthday. 

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Tuesday 12 February 2019

Bruce Gilkison Author Talk at Richmond Library

Author Brice Gilkison will be visiting Richmond Library as a guest of the Richmond Writing Group from 1.00pm-2.00pm on Tuesday 19 February. 

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Monday 11 February 2019

Find out How To Look At Art at Richmond Library

Looking at art might seem like a simple matter of engaging the eyes with something beautiful; but The Suter Art Gallery’s Curator Sarah McClintock reveals in her How To Look At Art talk that there’s much more to it than that.

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Thursday 7 February 2019

Te Ao Māori at Richmond Library

Throughout February Richmond Library is putting on a series of events celebrating the diversity of the Māori world.

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Thursday 31 January 2019

Library Catalogue On The Blink

Unfortunately our online library catalogue is having a bit of a tantrum.

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Wednesday 30 January 2019

Get Crafty at Richmond Library

Would you like to meet new people and work on your craft project at the same time? Now’s your chance!

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Monday 28 January 2019

Sunday Hours Prove Popular at Richmond Library

Richmond Library’s new Sunday opening hours are proving popular, with over 400 people attending the first Sunday afternoon on the 20th of January. Customer feedback has been positive about the seven days a week service, with many library users commenting that they like the more relaxed pace of Richmond on a Sunday, and have more time to spend over their selection of books, magazines and DVDs. Customers have also commented on the greater availability of parking on a Sunday - making a visit to the library that much more convenient.

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