Enjoying the library

The library.

Did you know that Sunshine Coast Library members get exclusive access to many workshops and events?

As a member, you will be the first to know about upcoming author talks, as well as free workshops and programs.

This December, library members can participate in several programs to learn about photo preservation, how to plan for a natural disaster and more. For those who like to work with their hands, join your local library to participate in a number of workshops from pedalling through the basic steps of sewing or creating your own handmade Christmas cards.

If you’re looking to brush up on your tech skills, join an upcoming technology session, covering everything from getting started with CANVA and how to use Facebook Marketplace, to learning how to discover your family history online.

Small group sessions can help teach you how to use the latest technology and give you the confidence needed to use them in your daily life.

If you prefer one-on-one help, book a free Tech Help session. 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. Not a member? Join online or in person. Membership is free and open to everyone.

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