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Discover your WW1 Soldier

Discover Your WWI Soldier

Do you know of someone who served in the New Zealand Army during WWI? Would you like to find out more about them?

Discover how to access and interpret their military personnel records at this FREE hands-on workshop with Jeffrey Russell.

War Memorial Library Tuesday 11 April, 6pm

Spaces are limited. Register online at Discover Your WWI Soldier.


GNS Talks

Planning for our Future: The Science We Need to Know

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

Hutt Valley aquifer – where does our drinking water come from?
Dr Uwe Morgenstern
War Memorial Library Thursday 6 April, 6pm

Going up or going down? - The Hutt Valley in a big earthquake
Mr Russ Van Dissen
War Memorial Library Thursday 20 April, 6pm

For more information on upcoming talks see What’s On.


Connect Create

Connect and Create – School Holiday Events

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.


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.


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 28 March 2017