Hutt City Libraries Holiday Hours
Some of our libraries will be closed during the holidays. Pick up a flyer from your local library or click here to see our opening hours over Christmas and New Year.
Interested in 3D printing?
Hutt City Libraries is running introductory workshops aimed at absolute beginners to help you get started with the basics.
Come along with a willingness to learn and you’ll be 3D printing in no time! All attendees will end up with a 3D object they have created and printed themselves.
Eastbourne Library - Saturday 29 November, 1pm-3.30pm
Workshops are $40 and spaces are limited. For more information or to book in for a workshop head to our 3D Print Beginners’ Workshops on Chalkle.
Teen Read Scavenger Hunt
To kick-off the Teen Read summer reading programme we’re holding a special Scavenger Hunt.
Race around the local area (War Memorial Library, Dowse Art Museum, Riverbank, and more!) with your team, taking photos and answering questions. It’s totally free and there will be pizza and prizes up for grabs!
Enter your team of 3-5 people (ages 13-18) online here, or come along on the day. Bring your camera or phone if you have one.
War Memorial Library, Teen Floor - Thursday 4 December, 5.30-7.30pm
Interested in coding? Join students from all over the world and take part in the Hour of Code.
No coding experience needed - just come along and have fun! Bring your own device and headphones if you have them.
Join this event at Hour of Code on Chalkle so we know if you're coming. You can always turn up on the day.
This event is being run by Hutt City Libraries, Victoria University and Sacred Heart College.
War Memorial Library, Teen Floor – Friday 12 December, 4pm, Ages 8-18
The BIG Read 2014/2015
Research shows children can maintain and even increase their reading levels if they keep reading over the summer break.
The BIG Read challenge is a great way for your child to read books, complete fun activities and be in to win prizes.
It is free and any child aged 5 -13 years can join at their local library between 15 December and 6 January. The challenge finishes 28 January.
We also run summer reading challenges for the smaller members of your family. Click here for more information about Caterpillar Capers (for 0-2 years) and Storybook Summer (for 2-4).
Hutt City Community Funding Roadshow 2014
Are you a community group, school or sports club interested in learning about funding available for your community?
Hutt City Council is hosting a free event where funders will outline their opening/closing dates, funding priorities, and examples of successful applications.
War Memorial Library, Top Floor - Monday 1 December, 10.30am-12.30pm
Wainuiomata Community Centre - Wednesday 3 December, 10.30am-12.30pm
Walter Nash (Supper Room) - Thursday 4 December, 10.30am-12.30pm
Presenters include Infinity Foundation, Department of Internal Affairs, Hutt Mana Charitable Trust, Pub Charities, and Hutt City Council. Tea and coffee will be available on arrival.
Please register no later than 28 November by emailing email@example.com
For more information about funding opportunities see the Hutt City Council’s Funding page.
Research a new product or business idea, find names and contact details for a marketing campaign, hear what your clients think of your products...and more!
Join Karline DeBoer of Research Services Ltd to talk through your information needs and get clear about next steps. Research Services Ltd provides a full research service and if you need further analysis, Karline offers that at a reasonable paid rate.
For more information and available business resources see our Research Services page.
Business research clinics are run weekly at the War Memorial Library. Come along to discuss your requirements.
War Memorial Library - Wednesdays, 12.30-1.30pm
For more information about our business resources see our Research Services page.