Busy July at Sunshine Coast Libraries

Sunshine Coast Libraries - Breathe Out Workshops with Dan Koch. Picture courtesy Sunshine Coast Libraries.

Keep your eye on the Sunshine Coast Libraries events calendar and register for one of the many free, hands-on and interactive workshops happening from July.

Library members can learn about bushfoods, mental mastery, grant writing and sewing. Join your local library to participate in a number of workshops from the healing power of plants or discover what you can do to fight food waste.

For the active green thumbs, be sure to register early for the Incredible Edibles sessions. Small group sessions can help teach you what you can do to protect yourself online or to develop the confidence needed to interact with new technology.

Upcoming technology sessions cover everything from text and email scams to online grocery shopping and music streaming.

Interested in attending one or all of these workshops? Visit the library website to view upcoming events or speak to your local library staff.

Offering more than just books, visit your local library to attend events, use the free Wi-Fi or access free public computers.

Jump online to access various free resources including eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and more.

Do you know someone needing a hand to get online? Libraries team of friendly staff are always happy to help. Not a member? Join online or in person. Membership is free and open to everyone.

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