What’s on at the library this montn

Plenty to do at the library.

Keep an eye on the Sunshine Coast Libraries event calendar and register for one of the many events, programs and workshops happening from March.

Sunshine Coast Libraries hands-on workshops, author events and free programs are exclusive to library members.

For those who are not members yet, join online or in person at a local library. This March, library members can participate in programs to learn about simplifying wholefoods, how to make natural cleansers and more.

To celebrate Harmony Week (18- 24 March), join a hula demonstration from Sunshine Coast local, Atete Panui or drop into an English Conversation Circle at Maroochydore Library on Wednesday from 12.30pm.

In April, members are invited to celebrate Heritage Month at a trivia event where you can test your local knowledge.

Join a variety of workshops and free programs in May covering topics including sustainability, self-care and learn to sew.

For those looking to improve their technology skills, join an upcoming technology session covering everything from iPad basics to getting started with music streaming and an introduction to AI.

Or, if one-on-one help is preferred, 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. Not a member? Join online or in person. Membership is free and open to everyone.

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