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Moustache Milk and Cookies

Moustache Milk & Cookie Bar

The famous Moustache Milk & Cookie Bar Bus is going to be next to the War Memorial Library with delicious treats available for purchase.

Civic Gardens, Corner of Laings Road and Queens Drive Friday 24 February 12noon-5pm



Rock Painting

Rock Painting in the Park

Come along and paint some rocks, keep them for yourself or leave them to be hidden during Parks Week (4-12 March).

Rocks and materials will be supplied. You are also welcome to bring your own. We should have enough rocks and paint for everyone but extra brushes would be appreciated. Be prepared to get messy.

All ages welcome. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

This event has been made possible with the support of Hutt City Council (Leisure Active, Parks and Gardens), Mitre10 Mega Petone, Resene and The Sign Team Wainuiomata.

Photo by Casey Nicolson

War Memorial Library
Anzac Lawn Friday 24 February, 3.30pm-5pm


Ancestry

Ancestry.com Workshop

Workshops are free but spaces are limited, registration is essential. Find out more and register on our Whats On page.

War Memorial Library Wednesday 1 March, 10.30am-11.30am

This workshop is now Full. More Ancestry.com workshops will run throughout the year.




Financial Basics for Business

Financial Basics for Business

A four week program with Kendons Chartered Accountants covering the basics of what you need to know for business accounting - Ideal for new and small businesses.

Workshops are free but spaces are limited, registration is essential. Find out more and register here.

War Memorial Library Tuesdays in March, 5.30pm



Stepping Up

Stepping UP Computer Classes

Computer classes run with the 2020 Trust are back again for 2017!

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.

View the Term 1 Class Timetable.

View the Term 1 Class Descriptions.

Registrations for term 1 are now open and are essential. Register online, phone 570 6633 or visit your local library.

Classes begin Tuesday 7 February.


givME

Looking for funding?

You can now access givME and givUS through the library!

givME offers access to more than 4000 scholarships, awards, and grants for individuals.

givUS offers access to more than 1200 resource opportunities for community, voluntary organisations, and clubs.

Both are available on digital devices within our libraries or from home. To get started using givME and givUS see our eResources.


Tumble Books

New eResources for Kids!

Just in time for the summer holidays we’ve added to excellent new eResources for kids.

10monkeys Maths World offers high quality maths learning content in a fun and motivating way. Games and activities are designed especially for primary school students and early learners.

TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of eBooks for children. They are a great way to encourage tech-savvy kids to enjoy reading!

Both are available on digital devices within our libraries or from home. To get started using 10monkeys Maths World or TumbleBookLibrary see our eResources.


Pay your library charges online!

You can now pay your library charges online and add value to your account (for internet access, future library charges, printing, scanning, and photocopying) via online banking using My Monitor.

You’ll need a library card number, password and email address to access My Monitor. Check out our Know How to use My Monitor for more information or go to My Monitor Online Payments (under Quick Links) to get started.

Having trouble using My Monitor Online Payments? Phone 04 570 6633 or talk to staff at your local library.

This page was last updated on 23 February 2017