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  • Port Macquarie  
    Grant St, Port Macquarie
    Monday to Friday: 9.30am-6pm
    Saturday:9am-12noon
    ph:(02)65818755
  • Kempsey  
    22 Tozer St, Kempsey
    Monday to Friday: 10am-5.30pm
    Saturday:9am-12noon
    ph:(02)65663210
  • Laurieton  
    Laurie St, Laurieton
    Monday to Friday: 9.30am-5pm
    Saturday:9am-12noon
    ph:(02)65818177
  • Wauchope  
    High St, Wauchope
    Monday to Friday: 9.30am-5pm
    Saturday:9am-12noon
    ph:(02)65818162
  • South West Rocks  
    22 Landsborough St, SWRs
    Tuesday,Wednesday & Thursday,: 10am-1pm
    2pm-5pm
    Saturday:9am-12noon
    ph:(02)65665044
  • Stuarts Point  
    Cnr Ocean Ave & Marine Pde, Stuarts Point
    Tuesday&Thursday: 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm
    Saturday:9am-12noon
    ph:(02)65690289

 

Library Events - in photos...

News & Events

Thursday
Jun012017

pippa kay - author visit

Pippa Kay - Author, Workshop Leader, Bookworm

Join us for a fun & informative session about writing, how to get started, tips & techniques to improve your writing, how to get published & what makes a book a best-seller.

When: Saturday 24th June

Time: 10-11am

Where: Tech Room, Port Macquarie Library, Grant Street

RSVP 65818755

Thursday
Jun012017

Chasing Asylum

The PORT MACQUARIE LIBRARY, CHARLES STURT UNIVERSITY and the MNC REFUGEE SUPPORT GROUP invite you to a Film Screening of CHASING ASYLUM


When: Friday23rd June

Time: 5:30 pm for a 6:00 pm start

Where: Port Macquarie Library Grant Street

Cost: Gold Coin Donation to the MNC Refugee Support Group

 Please RSVP to Port Macquarie Library 6581 8755

CHASING ASYLUM exposes the real impact of Australia’s offshore detention policies and explores how 'The Lucky Country' became a country where leaders choose detention over compassion and governments deprive the desperate of their basic human rights.

The film features never before seen footage from inside Australia’s offshore detention camps, revealing the personal impact of sending those in search of a safe home to languish in limbo. 

CHASING ASYLUM explores the mental, physical and fiscal consequences of Australia’s decision to lock away families in unsanitary conditions hidden from media scrutiny, destroying their lives under the pretext of saving them.

Tuesday
May302017

Sue Rosen - Author talk

 

 Scorched Earth in the news:

ABC Radio

Channel 7 News

Sue Rosen's website links


10.00-11.00am Tuesday 20th June 2017                                                    Port Macquarie Library Meeting Room

Join us for a fascinating insight into the 'scorched earth strategy' with author and historian Sue Rosen.

Hidden for 75 years, the top secret government documents outlining preparations for the event of a Japanese invasion of Australia in 1942 have finally been discovered. They reveal an extraordinarily comprehensive plan to thwart Japanese troops, and a population that would go to great lengths to avoid being enslaved.

RSVP 6581 8755

 

Wednesday
May172017

New Item Launch

Tuesday
May162017

Nick Earls @ Port Macquarie Library

 

It is with great pleasure & anticipation that we invite you to attend a presentation from Australia's leading author Nick Earls. Nick will focus on his recent novella series Wisdom Tree and share his journey as a writer. Your chance to get up close and personal with author, journalist, playwright & worldwide bestseller Nick Earls.
When: Thursday 18th May 2017 at 2pm to 3pm
Where: Port Macquarie Library Meeting Room corner of Gordon & Grant Streets
RSVP: 6581 8755
About Nick Earls:
Nick Earls is the author of twenty-six books for adults, teenagers and children. His novels have won awards in Australia and the UK, and appeared on bestseller lists in both those countries and the Amazon Kindle Store. Five of his books have been adapted into stage plays and two, 48 Shades of Brown and Perfect Skin, into feature films. His most recent work is the novella series Wisdom Tree, described in the Sydney Morning Herald as ‘a triumphant and extraordinary piece of fiction’. Talks last for 45 mins with 15 mins question time.This event is generously brought to you by #LitFest244