LIBRARY EVENTS

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Papers Past Workshop

Date: Monday 18 June

Time: 10-11am

Venue: iMac Computer suite, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: $5 per person. Payment can be made at the library.

Booking: Booking required. Book online or contact Rotorua Library. 

Papers Past is a searchable treasure trove of New Zealand and Pacific Newspapers from the 19th and 20th Century. Learn tips and tricks for searching this incredible resource with guidance from the Rotorua Library Heritage & Research specialists.

Made possible thanks to our iMac Computer Suite Programmes Partner, Tompkins Wake.

 


 

Coming Up

  

June
 

Papers Past Workshop

Date: Monday 18 June

Time: 10-11am

Venue: iMac Computer suite, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: $5 per person. Payment can be made at the library.

Booking: Booking required. Book online or contact Rotorua Library.

Papers Past is a searchable treasure trove of New Zealand and Pacific Newspapers from the 19th and 20th Century. Learn tips and tricks for searching this incredible resource with guidance from the Rotorua Library Heritage & Research specialists.

Made possible thanks to our iMac Computer Suite Programmes Partner, Tompkins Wake. 

 


 

Te Reo Wainene O Tua: Sweet Stories of Yesteryear

Date: Wednesday 20 June

Session Times: 10am, 11.15am and 12.30pm.

Venue: Rotorua Library, Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa Street

Cost: Free

Booking: Booking is required. For individual or class bookings, please contact Anahera Sadler at Rotorua Library.

A te reo Māori storytelling kaupapa including Joe Harawira, Chey Milne and Tamati Waaka who will deliver captivating stories about our history in 100% te reo Māori.

More information
 

 

Matariki Māngai: Living Book Series

June Session Times: 1-2pm Friday 22 June and 12-1pm Thursday 28 June.

Venue: Rotorua Library, Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa Street

Cost: Free

Booking: Booking is required. For individual or class bookings, please contact Anahera Sadler at Rotorua Library.

Four key Māori politicians and entertainers have been invited to become a living book as part of this informative series running in June and July.

More information

 

 

Lynda.com Workshop

Date: Thursday 28 June

Session Times: 3.30-4.30pm and 5.30-6.30pm

Venue: iMac Computer suite, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: Free. Rotorua Library membership card required.

Booking: Booking required. Book online or contact Rotorua Library.

Find out how you can access thousands of online courses by expert teachers covering business, technology and creative fields on Lynda.com for free using your library card. Get set up with a playlist and learning path to suit your needs.

Made possible thanks to our iMac Computer Suite Programmes Partner, Tompkins Wake.


 

Visit our Regular Events page for weekly and monthly activities.


 

July


 

Asian Mid-Winter Celebration

Date: Sunday 1 July

Time: 11.30am - 2pm

Venue: Discovery Space, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: No charge but please bring a plate of your own lunch to share.

Rotorua Multicultural Council invites you to an Asian Mid-Winter Celebration at Rotorua Library. Come along from 11.30am. Lunch starts at 12pm and will be followed by informal cultural performances and time to get to know one another.

For further information contact Waitsu Wu by email or phone 029 773 0269

Made possible thanks to Rotorua Energy Centre Charitable Trust, Rotorua Library and our Discovery Suite Programmes Partner, the Wright Family Foundation.

 

 

Papers Past Workshop

Date: Monday 2 July

Time: 10-11am

Venue: iMac Computer suite, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: $5 per person. Payment can be made at the library.

Booking: Booking required. Book online or contact Rotorua Library.

Papers Past is a searchable treasure trove of New Zealand and Pacific Newspapers from the 19th and 20th Century. Learn tips and tricks for searching this incredible resource with guidance from the Rotorua Library Heritage & Research specialists.

Made possible thanks to our iMac Computer Suite Programmes Partner, Tompkins Wake.

 


 

Matariki Māngai: Living Book Series

July Session Times: 1-2pm, Wednesday 4 June & Wednesday 11 July.

Venue: Rotorua Library, Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa Street

Cost: Free

Booking: Booking is required. For individual or class bookings, please contact Anahera Sadler at Rotorua Library.

Four key Māori politicians and entertainers have been invited to become a living book as part of this informative series running in June and July.

More information
 

 

Papers Past Workshop

Date: Monday 16 July

Time: 10-11am

Venue: iMac Computer suite, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: $5 per person. Payment can be made at the library.

Booking: Booking required. Book online or contact Rotorua Library.

Papers Past is a searchable treasure trove of New Zealand and Pacific Newspapers from the 19th and 20th Century. Learn tips and tricks for searching this incredible resource with guidance from the Rotorua Library Heritage & Research specialists.

Made possible thanks to our iMac Computer Suite Programmes Partner, Tompkins Wake.

 


 

August


 

Māori Maps and Māori Land Online Workshop

Date: Monday 6 August

Time: 10-11am

Venue: iMac Computer suite, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: $5 per person. Payment can be made at the library.

Booking: Booking required. Booking will open soon.

Learn how to find whakapapa and Māori land information using Māori Maps and Māori Land Online databases with guidance from the Rotorua Library Heritage & Research specialists.

Made possible thanks to our iMac Computer Suite Programmes Partner, Tompkins Wake.


 


 

Māori Land Court Minute Book Index Workshop

Date: Monday 13 August

Time: 10-11am

Venue: iMac Computer suite, Second Floor, Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri, 1127 Haupapa St

Cost: $5 per person. Payment can be made at the library.

Booking: Booking required. Booking will open soon.

Learn how to find whakapapa, land and historical information using the Maori Land Court Minute Book Index with guidance from the Rotorua Library Heritage & Research specialists.

Made possible thanks to our iMac Computer Suite Programmes Partner, Tompkins Wake.

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