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Fortnightly teen book club to discuss books and issues of the day. New members welcome. For ages 13-18.
An after school learn to code club suitable for around ages 8+. Enrolments essential.
The 'Between the Covers' Book Club meets monthly, to share, review and discuss books old and new.
Chill out with colour and conversation. Bring your lunch, pens, pencils and latest colouring-in project to work on.
A weekly music, movement and craft session for pre-schoolers.
A monthly opportunity to talk to the Mayor face to face and share feedback or discuss issues.
Join with like minded writers to collaborate and provide mutual support.
Volunteers from the Genealogy Society are available to assist family history researchers with their investigations.
Help and advice with hearing aid issues is available twice a month.
Our Library expert showcases some of our stunning heritage photographs.
Once a week a JP is available to authorise documents.
Knit and Natter is an informal group who meet at the Feilding Library each week on Friday 11am - 1pm
A special Creation Station session to celebrate Matariki the Māori New Year.
A chance for young people to learn about math in everyday life
Pre School Playgroup - all families and caregivers welcome. Toys provided.
French conversation sessions with a tutor from Alliance Français.
A series of 6 workshops where you will learn to illustrate your own picture book.
Write a poem about stopping in the Manawatū in English or Te Reo Māori to enter. Open to ages 18+. This competition is part of the inaugural Manawatū Writers Festival 2017.
SuperGrans are here every Mon 10am - 12 noon in March & early April. For help with sewing or getting started on a new project bring it in and they can help.
Free computer and software training for beginners including those who have never used a computer before.
Reducing our Household Rubbish: The Zero Waste approach.
A cup of tea and a chance to hear some stories and poems read to you.
Expert assistance and training for all your technology requirements. No charge, drop in, for fastest service please contact us to book a spot.
A Library Expert is available for one hour a week to help with your family history research and discovering your family tree.