All our libraries will be closed on Tuesday 25 April (Anzac Day).
You’ll still be able to access your library account and our eResources while we are closed.
Computer classes run with the 2020 Trust are back again for term 2.
Classes are for Hutt City residents with basic, or no computer skills and are offered at Naenae, Petone, Stokes Valley, Taita, Wainuiomata, and War Memorial Libraries.
Registrations for term 2 are now open and are essential. Register online, phone 570 6633 or visit your local library.
Term 2 classes will begin on Monday 1 May.
Connect and create at Hutt City Libraries during the school holidays! Build Lego creations, connect the dots, hear from a local author, get writing, and lots more!
All events are FREE and aimed at ages 5-12 unless otherwise specified.
For more information on all our holiday events, see What’s On.
The Hutt STEMM Festival (6-21 May) educates, inspires and showcases the region's strengths in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and manufacturing (STEMM).
We’re running lots of great events during the festival including stop motion, science for kids, talks with Malaghan Institute, movie screenings and more! Find out more at Libraries – Hutt STEMM Festival.
For more information about the Hutt STEMM Festival and events throughout Lower Hutt see huttstemm.nz.
Take control of your library account and see what you have on loan, renew items and much more with My Account!
To view My Account you need your Library Card Number and Password.
Keen to get started? Check out our How to use My Account or have a chat to staff next time you’re in the library.
GNS Science is presenting a series of talks to inform, educate and raise awareness of key environmental and geological issues facing the Hutt Valley (and beyond) in the next 100 years.
Come along and ask questions to initiate an informed dialogue on the issues that will affect our region by 2100. All talks are FREE
Tsunami Risks – What’s the rush?
Dr William Power
Tsunamis are an ever present threat to coastal New Zealand. What are the implications for Petone and the inner harbour area? Dr William Power will discuss the areas of high risk around the Hutt and Wellington regions and discuss initiatives to protect local communities and raise awareness about the danger that tsunamis present.
War Memorial Library Thursday 4 May, 6pm
Come along and ask questions to initiate an informed dialogue on the issues that will affect our region by 2100. All talks are FREE. For more information on upcoming talks see What’s On.