LIBRARY EVENTS

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Upcoming​ events


​For a full list of September library events click HERE​​
​Wednesday 11 September
( Please note revised date)
​12.30pm​Whakarewarewa Forest Project
The Whakarewarewa Forest Project aims to enrich the forest experience for all users. Mountain biking and trail walking/running in the Tokorangi and Whakarewarewa forests are part of Rotorua’s DNA. Since the late 1980s, Rotorua has worked alongside land owners, iwi representatives and users (who form the more recently established Rotorua Trail Trust) to strategically develop and leverage the district’s natural assets. This activity has spawned a range of successful commercial entities and activities including the establishment of the global Crankworx event in 2015. Come along and hear about what has happened so far and what’s still to come. FREE talk, everyone welcome.
​Thursday 12 September​12.15Waiata Mai - Community Sing-along - an extra session  to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo
​Friday 13 September10.30am​Bookumentary (Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori)
Dr Anne Salmond discusses her most ambitious book to date, Tears of Rangi:  Experiments across worlds.
​Saturday 14 September​10amWhakarewarewa Forest Project (Repeat)
​Tuesday 17 September​11amDegrowth in the Suburbs (Short Film screening for Conservation Week)​

12.30​pm​Rotorua Lakefront Revitalisation
​Wednesday 18 September​11amFools & Dreamers (Documentary Screening for Conservation Week)​

12.30​​Demonstration of how to make vege bags.  Buy one for a gold coin koha. 
​​Thursday 19 September​1pm​Living the Change  (Documentary Screening for Conservation Week)

5.30pm​Conservation in our community
​Talks by Te Arawa Lakes Trust’s Catfish Killas and BOPRC on the response to the current catfish incursion and whale resource recovery by Harina Rupapera.​  Koha appreciated.
​Friday 20 September​10.30am​Bookumentary (Conservation Week)
Prince William interviews David Attenborough on his life's work.
​12.30pmMake your own Bokashi Bin $5
​2pmA Simpler Way(Documentary Screening for Conservation Week)
​Sunday 22 September​10am​Rotorua Lakefront Revitalisation
​Friday 27 September​10.30amBookumentary ​
Amy Tan digs deep into the creative process.
​Friday 4 October10.30am​Bookumentary
Friday 4 October​12.30pm​​Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre Update
Hear Performing Arts Director, Cian White gove a progress report on the Sir Howard Morrison performing Arts Centre.
FREE talk, everyone welcome.
​Saturday 5 October​10am​Rotorua Museum Project Update
Come and hear from project lead Stewart Brown (Rotorua Lakes Council, Arts and Culture Manager) as he updates the community on what has happened so far and what is next. FREE talk, everyone welcome.
​Friday 11 October​10.30amBookumentary
Revealing the truth about author, Danielle Steel.​
​Friday 18 October10.30am​Bookumentary
Conversation with NZ Writers: Paul Cleave, Sophie Siers and Kelly Joseph.

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