What's on at the Library

Due to COVID-19 restrictions Bathurst Library has moved events online or cancelled events until further notice.

As well as online author talks and presentations we have online events for children.

For our Online Children's activities including Online Storytime click below


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  • Storytime, Baby Rhymetime and all your favourite programs are still here but have moved on line.
    July Online School Holiday Program is now available
  • Inspire your reading by taking on our Winter Bingo challenge!
    Read an author you have never considered or a genre you would normally avoid.
    You never know what you might discover
  • Bathurst Library currently uses Microsoft Teams for the delivery of online author events.
    Click here for tips on how you can join the event successfully.
    This is a new platform and technology for staff and we appreciate any feedback
  • Dr Fuller joins us in the library for a discussion on his new book ‘Interval Weight Loss for Women’.
    Dr Nick Fuller explains the six key principles behind successful, sustainable weight loss in his latest book 'Interval Weight Loss for Women'.
    He addresses all the common pitfalls and the hurdles women face, and provides simple, effective advice based on his one month on, one month off program and his work with women facing similar issues.
  • Join us for an online discussion and conversation with Australian author Isobelle Carmody.
    Isobelle has written over 29 books including the much loved and well-known 'Obernewtyn Chronicles'.
  • Bathurst workshops and heats for the Australian Poetry Slam
  • The stories in 'Bold, Brave & Bloody Brilliant' paint an inspiring picture of what life is like for 15 people aged 50+ and what gets them up in the morning.

    From Flamenco dancing to rediscovering old passions and committing to important causes, this book celebrates the joy of being alive, 'following your bliss' and making the most of every day.

  • From one of Australia's best-selling authors comes a spellbinding thriller of secrets, scandal and betrayal set in a small Australian town in the 1950s.
    Belinda will speak online about her new novel 'The Mystery Women' which explores many riveting themes including the dichotomy of societal expectations of women in the 1950s, and the often covert nature of domestic violence.



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