A delightful video of our lovely library. A fitting tribute to our librarians who give so much time and love to the village.
William Shakespeare – 400th Anniversary of his Death – 23rd April 2016
We have gathered a collection of books, DVDs and information on the life and times of William Shakespeare. The books and DVDs may be borrowed individually by library members and the display will remain in the “Classic’s Corner” throughout April & May.
World War artefacts, documents, books & DVDs will again be on display for several weeks around ANZAC day. Every year we obtain more and more interesting items for this display and, as usual, many of the books and DVDs within the display are available to borrow.
The library will be open on ANZAC day from the time the ANZAC parade finishes (aprox.10 a.m.) until 3 p.m. In addition to the display, on the day audio and video recordings will also be running.
We serve FREE coffee/tea and home-made ANZAC biscuits all day.
Puhoi Town Library Incorporated Society Annual Subscription
In keeping with Puhoi Library’s ethos, providing you live in Puhoi or surrounding district “USER MEMBERSHIP is absolutely FREE” and no charges are made regarding book or DVD borrowing (with the exception of minimal overdue fines on DVDs, which are onwardly donated to the Puhoi Fire Service).
However, the library is run by an incorporated society “Puhoi Town Library Incorporated” and the society membership subscriptions of $10 are due on 1st April. A letter has gone out to PO Boxes and forms are also available from the library.
Community Law Manual 2015/2016
Has been donated for use of the Community – Reference only and donor requested that the book is not to leave library but be available for reference use of all members of the community.
Puhoi Town Library
LIBRARY OPENING HOURS :
Monday 12 noon – 2 p.m.
Wednesday 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
[from Helen Darnell, Puhoi Library]
We drew the Library Christmas Raffle on 23rd Dec and the winning number is 106 (sorry this isn’t your number). The winner was Kim Vickers who people will know from Nic’s [shop]. She was delighted and I am always happy when someone local wins.
To our universal relief the library has now reopened after renovation work. Thanks are due to Judith for hosting the Fireside Book group last week though in its absence.
Due to re-shelving the Library will be closed at times during the next two weeks and will reopen again fully on 12th October.
We are sorry for any inconvenience caused by this closure.