What's On at Your Library

For more details about any of our events contact us. All events are free to attend unless stated otherwise.

Motueka Library Te Noninga Kumu

Date & Time

Regular Events

Description

 

10.30am - 11.00am every Monday during term time 

Wriggle & Rhyme

Come and explore music and songs, movement and rhythm, instruments, and stories while making new friends and spending quality time with your child. 

Wriggle & Rhyme sessions are a fun and interactive session for parents and caregivers to develop their child’s early literacy skills, gross and fine motor skills, coordination, body awareness, rhythmic proficiency, social skills, and auditory discrimination. 

 

10.30am - 12.00pm

first Monday of the month

History Buffs

If you are interested in history this is the group for you!

We are a relaxed group who discusses a history topic of interest. 

Find out new history facts. Discover history books.

 

3.00pm - 4.00pm

first Monday of the month

 

Book Lovers' Club

Connect with other adult book lovers to discover new favourite authors. Find fiction, non-fiction, magazines and audiobooks which appeal to your reading tastes. 

Come and share what you have been reading and meet new friends.

 

 

10.30am - 12.00pm

second Monday of the month

 

Garden Gurus

Come along to our monthly gardening group. 

Meet keen gardeners. 
Share gardening tips. 
Ask gardening questions.
Discover gardening books and magazines.
Swap plants and seeds. 

 

 

1.30pm - 3.00pm

Mondays fortnightly 

Dates:
May 6 & 20
June 17
July 1, 15 & 29
August 12 & 26
September 9 & 23
October 7 & 21
November 4 & 18

Stitch Bloom 2024

Participate in the Fleur Woods Stitch Bloom Project! Help stitch together a large-scale artwork consisting of stitched blooms that women around New Zealand and the world have created. 

Fleur will provide a simple project guide, threads, needles and scissors, etc.   

Anyone in the community is welcome to participate as long as they are willing to follow simple project guidelines.  

Once completed, the artwork will be on display at the Motueka Library before travelling on to be displayed elsewhere and ultimately be used to raise funds for United Nations Women as managed by the United Nations Women Council of New Zealand. 

 

10.30am - 12.00pm

third Monday of the month

Book Cafe Come along to our conversational group to discuss, and debate thought provoking topics. Discover a fine selection of books, enjoy themes, interesting snippets and laughs along the way. Refreshments provided.   

3.30pm - 5.00pm

last Monday of every month 

 

Building Bricks Club Make amazing brick creations with Adrian Barbour. Suitable for ages 7+. Building Bricks kindly supplied by the Christchurch User group.   
10.30am – 12.00pm 

every Tuesday

 

Dementia Friendly Social Group  

This is a social group for people living with dementia in the community and is supported by Alzheimers Nelson Tasman. 

Come along to this supportive, welcoming group and connect with others in your friendly library environment. 

If you would like to know more please contact Heather Lackner at Alzheimers Nelson Tasman 027 626 6429 or Mary at Motueka Library 03 528 1047. 

 

11.00am - 11.30am every Tuesday 

 

Digi Drop-In Get help with your smartphone, tablet, laptop, e-Reader, or whatever digital device you have. If you're struggling to understand how to use your device or want to find out more about the wide variety of e-Resources that can be accessed through the library, we can help.   

Tuesdays for 6 weeks

3.45pm - 4.45pm

Starts 14 May

STEAM Club 

We invite children 9 years old+ to join STEAM Club!   

STEAM Club is a science, technology, engineering, arts and math-based programme that will run for six weeks during term 2. 

Please pop into your library or phone 03 528 1047 to register your interest as spaces are limited.

 

1.00pm - 3.00pm

every Tuesday during term time

 

Crochet Group

Come and join our weekly crochet group tutored by Kaye Winter and make new friends at the same time.  

Kaye will help you hone and extend your basic crochet skills. 

Lots of different themes will be explored throughout the year including Easter, Anzac, and Matariki etc. 

Four weeks of beginners' classes will be held over May/June. 

Participants must bring a basic crochet kit consisting of a metal crochet hook, a ball of wool yarn and some small sharp scissors. 

This group is for adults. Koha is appreciated.

 

1.30pm - 4.00pm

every Wednesday

Scrabble Come along for a hearty game of Scrabble. Bring a friend or play with someone new. You'll learn new wordy tips and tricks, meet other people who love Scrabble too, and enjoy a relaxing time playing a classic game.   

10.00am - 11.30am

third Wednesday of every month 

 

Wellby Talking Cafe

Enjoy a relaxed cuppa and start your journey to connect with others who enjoy the same things. You can pop in for a quick chat or stay for a longer conversation with friendly people.

There is no need to register, just turn up on the day. The Talking Café hosts will warmly welcome you when you arrive. 

 

10.00am - 10.30am

every Thursday during term time 

 

Storytime

Join us for fun and exciting stories and songs at our weekly storytime sessions for 2-5 year olds and their caregivers.

 

1.00pm - 2.00pm

first Thursday of the month

 

Babbling Books Come along to meet new people, talk about the books you've been reading, and discover some great recommendations.   

1.30pm - 3.30pm

every second Thursday

May 2, 16 & 30
June 13 & 27
July 11 & 25

Paper Artsy

Use decorative and themed papers to create cards, bookmarks and postcards, for your own pleasure or to give to family and friends.

 

10.30am - 12.00pm

last Thursday of the month

Poetry Circle

Write poetry, read poetry, bring your favourite poem and discover new poets with other poetry lovers. All welcome.

 

10.30am - 12.00pm

last Friday of the month (except June: 21 June)

Unmet Friends Group

Come and meet new friends in our new “Unmet Friends group.” 

If you feel alone or do not have family nearby, come and connect with friendly people over a cuppa. 

 

Date & Time

One-off Events

Description

 

Wednesday 22 May 

10.30am - 11.30am 

Age Positive Series: How’s Your Memory?

 

One common misbelief about memory loss is that it always means you have dementia. 

There are many causes of memory loss. Memory loss alone doesn’t necessarily confirm a diagnosis of dementia. 

Heather Lackner, from Nelson/Tasman Alzheimers, will provide information about dementia, look at the risk factors and give you an opportunity to ask any questions.  

Wednesday 22 May 

1.00pm - 2.00pm

New Zealand Music Month Concert

Come and listen to Motueka High School students performing their music.

Hilary Sinclair will be conducting this musical talent. 

Wednesday 22 May

3.30pm - 5.00pm
(half hour slots)

Escape Room 

Mission: Rogue Agent

Could you be a secret agent? Find out in our Escape Room challenge. You and your team-mates will be secret agents, working for the Department of Intelligence. 

Can you crack the codes and solve the mystery before the time is up? The world is counting on you… 

Note: Escape Room session is 30 minutes long.
Register your team of 4:  Escape Room Mission: Rogue Agent   

(This is a teen event for Youth Week) 

Thursday 23 May

10.30am - 11.30am

Age Positive Series: Protect Yourself Online 

Learn essential online safety tips with Jen from NBS to protect your banking and personal information from fraudsters in the digital world. 

Bring your questions along to this informative session. 

If you’re sensible about your browsing and keep up to date with current scams and the potential risks, banking and buying online can be just as safe as walking into a branch or store.

Thursday 23 May

3.30pm - 5.00pm
(half hour slots)

Escape Room 

Mission: Rogue Agent

 

Could you be a secret agent? Find out in our Escape Room challenge. You and your team-mates will be secret agents, working for the Department of Intelligence. 

Can you crack the codes and solve the mystery before the time is up? The world is counting on you… 

Note: Escape Room session is 30 minutes long.
Register your team of 4:  Escape Room Mission: Rogue Agent   

(This is a teen event for Youth Week) 

Friday 24 May 

1.30pm - 3.00pm

Cross Stitch Fun

In honour of World Bee Day come along and cross stitch a cute bee. 

Ever tried cross stitch before? Whether you are new to the craft or wish to revive your skills you are welcome to come along to the Motueka Library and cross stitch a bee.  

No experience is required. All materials are provided. Aimed at adults. 

Please pop in to Motueka Library or phone 03 528 1047 to book your space.

Monday 27 May 

2.00pm - 3.00pm

Age Positive Series: Mindful Art 

Join us for an introduction to Neurographic art, a technique of doodling lines, circles and shapes with Marian Painter.

Neurographic Art is an art therapy tool for stress relief, anxiety and grief. Marian Painter will be facilitating this workshop as part of our Age Positive Series. 

No previous art experience needed. 

Wednesday 29 May

1.00pm - 2.00pm

New Zealand Music Month Concert

Come and listen to Motueka High School students performing their music.

Hilary Sinclair will be conducting this musical talent. 

Wednesday 29 May 

6.00pm

Misdeeds in Motueka

Join four Top of the South storytellers for a thrilling evening of criminally good conversation 

Motueka policeman and thriller writer Stef Harris is joined by Golden Bay horopito grower, environmentalist and children’s author Peter Butler, and naval officers turned mystery co-writers Susan Rogers and John Roosen.

Sunday 2 June - Saturday 8 June

10.00am - 5.00pm daily

"Motueka Art Group" Exhibition

 

Motueka Art Group are holding a week-long art exhibition as well as hosting a series of art talks and workshops. 

Come along and see a wide range of art by local artists available for purchase. Prices to suit all budgets and art to suit all tastes.

Motueka Art Group is a non-profit organisation that meets every Wednesday morning. All newcomers are welcome. 

Koha appreciated.

Tuesday 4 June 

10.00am - 12.00pm

Oils with Paul Deacon

Paul Deacon is a local marine artist and will be talking about his work and giving a demonstration of how he approaches his paintings. 

Koha appreciated.

Tuesday 4 June 

1.30pm - 3.30pm

Foundry Art with Chris Painter

This talk will explain the full process of creating an art form using a variety of foundry methods.

Koha appreciated.

Wednesday 5 June

10.00am - 12.00pm

Māori Art Workshop with Ronald Petley

Come and learn about Māori Art with local artist Ronald Petley. 

Ronald will explain the meanings behind the patterns and will demonstrate techniques. 

As numbers are limited, please pop in to Motueka Library or phone 03 528 1047 to book your space.

Koha appreciated.

Wednesday 5 June 

1.30pm - 3.30pm

Stitch Your Own Garden Journal with Chris McGuigan

Come along to stitch a journal or diary cover with local artist Chris McGuigan. 

As numbers are limited, please pop in to Motueka Library or phone 03 528 1047 to book your space.

Koha appreciated.

Thursday 6 June 

10.00am - 12.00pm

Exploring Art Mediums Workshop with Sue Thorpe

Sue is a local artist and will be showing a variety of techniques using different mediums and what can be achieved with each. 

As numbers are limited, please pop in to Motueka Library or phone 03 528 1047 to book your space.

Koha appreciated.

Thursday 6 June

1.30pm - 3.30pm

Stitching a Postcard or a Photo

Come along and stitch a postcard or a photo with Trudy from "Crafty or Wot". 

As numbers are limited, please pop in to Motueka Library or phone 03 528 1047 to book your space.

Koha appreciated.

Friday 7 June

10.00am - 12.00pm

Cubism Workshop with Marian Painter

Come and learn about Cubism and paint Picasso style portraits with local artist Marian Painter. 

As numbers are limited, please pop in to Motueka Library or phone 03 528 1047 to book your space.

Koha appreciated.

Friday 7 June

1.30pm - 3.30pm

Animal Zen-tangles Workshop

Come and enjoy this inspiring art form requiring no art knowledge or experience. 

Faye Green from “Crafty Tarts” will provide a variety of templates to choose from. 

As numbers are limited, please pop in to Motueka Library or phone 03 528 1047 to book your space.

Koha appreciated.

Murchison Library

Date & Time

Regular Events

Description

First Friday of the month (during term time) 11.00am - 11.30am

Storytime 

Join us for fun and exciting stories and songs at our monthly Storytime sessions.

Storytime sessions are a great way to spark your child’s imagination and curiosity.  

Richmond Library

Date & Time

Regular Events

Description

 

Mondays for 6 weeks

3.45pm - 4.45pm  

Starts 13 May 

STEAM Club 

We invite children 9 years old+ to join STEAM Club!   

STEAM Club is a science, technology, engineering, arts and math-based programme that will run for six weeks during term 2. 

Please pop into your library or phone 03 543 8500 to register your interest as spaces are limited.

 

Tuesdays
10.30am - 11.30am

 

Dementia Friendly Library Group If you are living with Dementia, this group is for you. Come along to this supportive, friendly group facilitated by Debbie, Tracy and Deborah at your familiar local library.   

Tuesdays during term time
10.00am -10.30am 
or
11.00am - 11.30am

 

Wriggle & Rhyme Come and explore music and songs, movement and rhythm, instruments, and stories while making new friends and spending quality time with your child age 2 years and under.   

Second Tuesday of the month

1.30pm - 3.00pm

 

Wellby Talking Cafe

Enjoy a relaxed cuppa and start your journey to connect with others who enjoy the same things. You can pop in for a quick chat or stay for a longer conversation with friendly people. There is no need to register, just turn up on the day. The Talking Café hosts will warmly welcome you when you arrive.

We will be in the Constance Barnicoat Room which is just on the right as you enter the library via Queen Street.

 

Third Tuesday of the month

2.00pm - 3.00pm 

Richmond Writing Group

Come along to meet new people who also like writing, learn writing tips and tricks, try a creative writing exercise and enjoy the company of others.

 

 

Wednesdays during term time

10.00am -10.30am 

Storytime Join us for fun and exciting stories and songs at our weekly storytime sessions for 2-5 year olds and their caregivers.   

Wednesdays

11.30am - 1.30pm

 

JP In the Library Do you need a Justice of the Peace (JP) to witness your important documents? We can help. Come to Richmond Library's Community Matters space to talk with a registered JP.   

Wednesdays

12.30pm - 2.00pm

Good Crafternoon

Start, finish or work on your almost-started, half-finished, barely-begun craft project in the company of other crafters. All you need to bring is your craft project. Feel free to bring your lunch as well. 

 

Third Wednesday of the month

22 May

3.00pm - 4.00pm

 

Book Group

Our book group for adults is an opportunity to discover new books and authors, meet new people and share what you have been reading.

There is no gathering in December nor January.

All welcome.

 

Thursdays

11.00am - 12.00pm

English Conversation Group
Is your first language a language other than English? Would you like to improve your English with a qualified, experienced ESOL teacher? Join our friendly English conversation group for ESOL speakers. It’s free and all ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) are welcome. Simply stop by the Constance Barnicoat room for a warm welcome.
 

Every second Thursday during term time

3.30pm - 4.30pm

May 2, 16 & 30 
June 13 & 27 

ATLAS (At The Library After School) 

Come hang out with us! At The Library After School.

A.T.L.A.S. is a place for fun, connection, crafts, games and new books!

Year 6+

Please register at the library.

 

31 May, 21 June,
26 July, 30 August,
27 September,
25 October,
29 November

10.30am -12.00pm 

Family History Fridays

Just starting your family tree or having trouble finding your ancestorsWant to know more about how to use Ancestry, or what other family and local history are available

Drop by the Research Room at Richmond Library and specialist library staff will be available to help you.

 

 

Date & Time

One-off Events  Description  

Wednesday 1 May - Thursday 30 May

opening hours

Sharon Carroll - Glass Mosaics Exhibition

Sharon's mosaic work is self-taught, born of a love of colour, nature and gardens. Sharon initially began working with ceramic tiles, shells and pebbles, and recycling old pots and vases. While living in Christchurch the quakes broke her beautiful stained-glass lamp. She dismantled the pieces and started using glass in her works. The dragonflies, butterflies, native birds and mirrors were born of that disaster. Sharon now works almost exclusively in glass because nothing equals the reflective qualities of glass and mirror in any environment.

Sharon's pieces are available for purchase.

 

Monday 6 May - Thursday 30 May

opening Hours

'Collections' from Members of Our Community in the Glass Display Cabinets

Do pop in during May to view some treasured collections from members of our community!  We have owls, nut crackers, ephemera from the Griffins Factory, Dala horses, children's shoes from around the world, and model Land Rovers ... the list goes on.

Thank you all for sharing!

 

Friday 3 May & 
Friday 17 May

1.00pm - 3.00pm

Rummikub®

Come along for a hearty game of Rummikub®. Bring a friend or play with someone new. Meet other people who love Rummikub® too.

New players are most welcome.

Please bring a game if you have one.

 

Tuesday 21 May

1.00pm - 2.00pm

Author Talk – Gabrielle Daly

Join us to hear author Gabrielle Daly speak about her educative novel “Time Will Tell” based on the ancient Enneagram wisdom. 

“There are many schema of personality inventories, yet The Enneagram is such an organic instinct that it seems to surpass any other system of personality typing.” - Gabrielle Daly 

Teaching Enneagram Workshops from her lived experience, Gabrielle Daly has now interlaced “Time Will Tell” with the nine individual Enneagram characters. Utilising a writing-style Gabrielle calls “inner voice” each character is specific to an Enneagram type. Allow yourself to be invited into the maze that is The Enneagram.

 

Wednesday 22 May

3.30pm - 5.00pm
(half hour slots)

Escape Room 

Mission: Rogue Agent 


Could you be a secret agent? Find out in our Escape Room challenge. You and your team-mates will be secret agents, working for the Department of Intelligence. 

Can you crack the codes and solve the mystery before the time is up? The world is counting on you…  

Note: Escape Room session is 30 minutes long.
Register your team of 4: Escape Room Mission: Rogue Agent 

(This is a teen event for Youth Week) 

 

Thursday 23 May

3.30pm - 5.00pm
(half hour slots)

Escape Room 

Mission: Rogue Agent 


Could you be a secret agent? Find out in our Escape Room challenge. You and your team-mates will be secret agents, working for the Department of Intelligence. 

Can you crack the codes and solve the mystery before the time is up? The world is counting on you…  

Note: Escape Room session is 30 minutes long.
Register your team of 4: Escape Room Mission: Rogue Agent 

(This is a teen event for Youth Week) 

 

Friday 24 May

3.30pm - 6.00pm
(half hour slots)

Escape Room 

Mission: Rogue Agent 


Could you be a secret agent? Find out in our Escape Room challenge. You and your team-mates will be secret agents, working for the Department of Intelligence. 

Can you crack the codes and solve the mystery before the time is up? The world is counting on you…  

Note: Escape Room session is 30 minutes long.
Register your team of 4: Escape Room Mission: Rogue Agent 

(This is a teen event for Youth Week) 

 

Thursday 30 May

1.00pm - 2.00pm

How To Look At Art with The Suter Art Gallery

We are delighted to be welcoming The Suter Art Gallery curator Dr Kyla Mackenzie to Richmond Library for another edition of the gallery’s popular How To Look At Art sessions. 

Kyla will bring an item from The Suter’s permanent collection to the library for an in-depth exploration into what it is, who did it, when, why and the context in which it was made. 

How To Look At Art will give you an exciting insight into the broader context of an artwork and open up a whole new world of art appreciation. 

 

Thursday 6 June

10.00am - 11.00am

Kathryn Lovewell – Break the Cycle of Crushing Self-criticism

Join us as we host the delightful author, Kathryn Lovewell, for a captivating discussion about her transformative book, “The Voices in My Head”. This event is perfect for educators, parents, and anyone interested in personal growth and emotional resilience. 

Dive into the narrative with Kathryn as she explores the themes of self-compassion and internal dialogue. Learn about the characters of Crusher and Booster—the critical and compassionate voices inside our heads that either challenge or support us through life’s ups and downs. This engaging session will offer profound insights into how we can foster a kinder internal environment and better manage our emotional responses. 

The session will include a reading, discussions and activities with Kathryn about the practical applications of The Booster Blueprint in daily life, especially in nurturing and educational settings. 

Whether you are guiding young minds or simply navigating your own journey towards self-kindness, this event will provide you with valuable tools to transform internal conflicts into empowering beliefs. 

Engage with Kathryn, participate in our Q&A session, and discover how to cultivate your compassionate voice. 

Saturday 8 June

10.00am - 12.00pm

Knit in Public Day

Bring your knitting and join members from the Richmond Creative Fibre Group to celebrate creativity and knit in public in the warmth of our library.

Sunday 9 June

1.30pm - 3.00pm

Dragon Boat Festival

Let’s celebrate Zongzi (Dragon Boat Festival). 

Come and be transported through time by Leo Jin and his amazing guqin, an ancient seven-stringed Chinese instrument. Guqin playing developed as an elite art form, practised by noblemen and scholars over 3000 years ago. 

Now is also the time to try your hand at Chinese calligraphy with the talented Wendy Liu. 

Wednesday 12 June 5.30pm - 6.30pm Kathryn Lovewell – Break the Cycle of Crushing Self-criticism

Join us as we host the delightful author, Kathryn Lovewell, for a captivating discussion about her transformative book, “The Voices in My Head”. This event is perfect for educators, parents, and anyone interested in personal growth and emotional resilience. 

Dive into the narrative with Kathryn as she explores the themes of self-compassion and internal dialogue. Learn about the characters of Crusher and Booster—the critical and compassionate voices inside our heads that either challenge or support us through life’s ups and downs. This engaging session will offer profound insights into how we can foster a kinder internal environment and better manage our emotional responses. 

The session will include a reading, discussions and activities with Kathryn about the practical applications of The Booster Blueprint in daily life, especially in nurturing and educational settings. 

Whether you are guiding young minds or simply navigating your own journey towards self-kindness, this event will provide you with valuable tools to transform internal conflicts into empowering beliefs. 

Engage with Kathryn, participate in our Q&A session, and discover how to cultivate your compassionate voice.  

Friday 14 June

10.00am - 12.00pm
          or
1.00pm - 3.00pm

"Mug Rug" Weaving Workshops

Please join lovely members of the Richmond Creative Fibre Group to weave your very own “Mug Rug”. 

No prior experience is necessary. 

$5.00, for materials, is payable to the tutors on the day. 

Numbers are limited so please pop in to the Richmond Library or phone 03 543 8500 to book your place. 

Tākaka Library

Date & Time

Regular Events

Description

Every Monday during term time

3.30pm - 4.30pm

Starts 6 May

Tākaka Library Lego® Club

Build with Lego®, make some new friends, challenge yourself and let your imagination fly at the Tākaka Memorial Library.

Brick challenges for all abilities will be set at the beginning of each session. We want to foster creativity, self-esteem and collaboration in all sessions and of course have fun. 

For children aged 5+  

Every Tuesday

10.30am-11.30am

Word Savvy Poetry Group  Write poetry, read poetry, bring your favourite poem and discover new poets with other poetry lovers. 

Every Tuesday during term time

10.00am-10.30am

Wriggle & Rhyme Come and explore music and songs, movement and rhythm, instruments and stories while making new friends and spending quality time with your 0-2 year old. 

Tuesdays for 6 weeks

3.45pm - 4.45pm  

Starts 14 May

STEAM Club 

We invite children 9 years old+ to join STEAM Club!   

STEAM Club is a science, technology, engineering, arts and math-based programme that will run for six weeks during term 2. 

Please pop into your library or phone 03 525 0059 to register your interest as spaces are limited.

Every second Thursday during term time

3.30pm - 4.30pm

May 2, 16 & 30 
June 13 & 27 

ATLAS (At The Library After School) 

Come hang out with us! At The Library After School.

A.T.L.A.S. is a place for fun, connection, crafts, games and new books!

Year 6+

Please register at the library.

Every Friday

11.00am-12.00pm

Digi Drop-In Get help with your smartphone, tablet, laptop, e-Reader, or whatever digital device you have. If you're struggling to understand how to use your device, or want to find out more about the wide variety of e-Resources that can be accessed through the library, we can help. 

Last Tuesday of the month

1.00pm-2.00pm 

Silverfish Book Group

Do you enjoy reading and talking about books? We pick a theme, a genre or an author for the month, and upon reading return the next month to have an enthusiastic and informal discussion about the books we’ve read. 

Date & Time

One-off Events

Description

from Friday 5 April 

During our opening hours

Gallery Wall Exhibition Space - Rob Dawson

Rob originally spent time studying Photography, Art & Design and Furniture Design. Ultimately photography came out on top and on leaving college he spent time as an assistant photographer, and then as a freelance photographer for 15 years.

Rob's photography eventually led him into TV Production work where he has worked for the last 20 years as a Producer/Field Director, working mainly on Cricket, Athletics, and Cycling, which has taken him all over the world.

Saturday 18 May 

11.00am - 12.00pm

Musical Performance: The Voice Collective

Come along and be part of this shared musical performance with Charlotte Squire.

Celebrate New Zealand Music Month at the Library - learn a song, practice it and perform it with a group of like-minded people, all in 1 hour. Great fun, no singing experience required, all welcome! 

Koha to Charlotte towards her expenses. 

Thursday 23 May

3.00pm - 5.00pm
(half hour slots)

Escape Room 

Mission: Rogue Agent  


Could you be a secret agent? Find out in our Escape Room challenge. You and your team-mates will be secret agents, working for the Department of Intelligence. 

Can you crack the codes and solve the mystery before the time is up? The world is counting on you…  

Note: Escape Room session is 30 minutes long.
Register your team of 4: Escape Room Mission: Rogue Agent

(This is a teen event for Youth Week) 

Friday 24 May

3.00pm - 6.00pm

Tips and Tricks to Bike Care and Maintenance 

In celebration of 'Youth Week' Steve, from Rebikle, will be onsite for free bike and helmet checks alongside teaching bike basics.

Want someone to check over your bike and helmet to make sure they’re safe for your next adventure? Steve from Rebikle will be outside the Tākaka Library doing free checks and offering free bike basic tips for youth, prizes are up for grabs if you come along.  

Cancelled if wet. 

Saturday 25 May 

11.00am - 12.00pm 

Musical Performance: Hera & Friends 

Celebrate New Zealand Music Month at the Library.

Join Hera Livingston and Friends who will play a selection of Kiwi songs. 

Koha appreciated.