What's on at Stratford District Library

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Whether you want to do some craft, discuss a book you love or take part in an interactive learning class, Stratford District Library has a wide variety of activities available for its residents to participate in.


As you like it book club
A fortnightly fun and friendly book club where members can choose their own books and review them for others. This is a great way to discover new authors and connect with likeminded people in the community.
Next Session - Monday 11 June at 10.30am.

Coffee and Craft
Join in and be inspired by other crafters in the community and work on your projects together.
Next Session - Tuesday 5 June 10.00am

Tot Time
Story and craft time for pre-schoolers and their parents. Sessions are weekly during the school term.
Next Session - Wednesday 6 June 10.30am

Books after Five
A fortnightly fast paced book club where members choose their own books, and provide quick reviews.
Next Session - Wednesday 6 June at 5.15pm

Curious Kids
New to Stratford Library, Curious kids is aimed at Year 5 to Year 9 children, who have an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Art. These interactive learning sessions will meet weekly during the school term.
Next Session - Wednesday 13 June at 3.30pm

Papercuts book club for primary school children is returning. Stories, books, games and activities will keep your children engaged during these fortnighly sessions.
Next Session- Thursday 14 June at 3.15pm

Stepping Up
The Library is excited to offer free computer skills classes for beginners. There are 31 modules to choose from, which include topics such as computer basics, budgeting, intro tablets and how to use facebook.

For more information around these classes, please contact the library.