What's On at Your Library What's On at Your Library

Below is  a list of what's happening in Libraries throughout the Scenic Rim. For more information on any of the following activitIes, please contact your local library.

 

 

 

 

 

Story Time in the Park at Beaudesert and Boonah

Preschoolers and their parents and carers are invited to Beaudesert's Story Time in the Park at Jubilee Park, Brisbane Street, on Friday 26 May. With the theme of messy play, it's a full morning of fun from 9.30am to 11.30am. Dowload the flyer by clicking here. Boonah's Story Time in the Park on Tuesday 30 May will include a story told in the Australian sign language, Auslan. The fun begins at 9.30am at Springleigh Park, corner of Coronation Drive and Hoya Road, Boonah. Story Time in the Park is part of the First5Forever program to support families in the development of children's literacy through music, story and rhyme. Download the flyer by clicking here.
 

 

 

Bookclubs

Beaudesert Library
First Monday Bookclub meet 1st Monday of each month at 1pm.
Third Thursday Bookclub meets 3rd Thursday of each month at 1pm.

Boonah Library
At Boonah Library there are two Book Club gatherings scheduled for the last Tuesday of each month.  2pm is the Boonah Book Lovers Club and 5pm is the Boonah Book Cover To Cover Book Club.

Mobile Library
Kooralbyn Bookclub meets 1st Wednesday of each month at 1pm at the Mobile Library, Kooralbyn.
 

Tamborine Mountain Library 

'Last Thursday Bookclub' meets last Thursday of each month at 2pm. 
'Gilt-edges Classics' Bookclub meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 9.30am.
'Talented Women and Other Poets' poetry group meets on 1st Thursday of each month at 2pm.

 

 

New Residents and Community Connections Morning

Come along and meet community members and representatives of local groups to find out how you can make the most of Scenic Rim living.

Beaudesert Library

Beaudesert Library holds these information sessions twice yearly, usually in May and November.  To register your attendance please phone, email or visit the library
libraryb@scenicrim.qld.gov.au | 5540 5142

 

Community activities

Beaudesert Library
Yack and Yarn group meets on Tuesdays during school terms at 10am. No experience required.
"Conversations" - come and listen to people tell their stories. Held monthly.
'Welcome to New Residents' sessions held throughout the year.


Boonah Library
Scrabble Club meets every Wednesday at 9am.
Boonah Archives are open to the public every Friday from 2pm to 4.30pm. 
Justice of the Peace every Thursday 11am to 1pm


Tamborine Mountain Library
Papercraft classes held at the library each month with an experienced tutor. 
Chess Club meets every Thursday morning at 10am.
'Good Afternoon' presents community stories or interests. Held 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2pm. 
'Welcome to New Residents' sessions held throughout the year.
Justice of the Peace available at the library Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9am - 12pm.
One Stop Shop - to access Queensland State Government services is also available within the library.

Digital literacy (computer) classes

Beaudesert Library
Classes are held regularly for basic internet instruction and basic iPad navigation. 

Boonah Library
Basic internet and iPad instruction is available. 

Canungra Library
Classes are available for basic internet and iPad instruction. 

Mobile Library
Basic internet and iPad instruction is available. 

Tamborine Mountain Library
Classes are held regularly for basic internet instruction and basic iPad navigation.

Friends of the Library

Friends of Libraries are non-profit, charitable groups formed to support libraries in communities. We currently have Friends groups supporting Tamborine Mountain library  and Beaudesert/Mobile libraries. The Boonah and District Cultural Foundation supports Boonah Library. If you are interested in joining a Friends of the Library group contact your local branch library.

Tech Savvy Seniors

Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland provides an opportunity for training to older Queenslanders in basic digital literacy and encourages them to use technology to connect with family and the broader community. Seniors can sign up to learn how to use a tablet device, navigate social media, shop online and access government services.

Contact your local library for details.

 

 

 

 

Library Familiarisation Session

All branches will be having 'Library familiarisation sessions' on  Saturday's at 10.00am. 
This a short tour (10-15 mins) where staff will walk through the library, pointing out the different collections and providing  information about the services we provide. It is also an opportunity to ask questions and will probably have something new even for long-time members. These will be held at the same time every Saturday in each branch and so no bookings are required.