FIND OUT MORE: August is the perfect month to head to your local library to learn, connect and enjoy all the free events on offer.
FIND OUT MORE: August is the perfect month to head to your local library to learn, connect and enjoy all the free events on offer. adamkaz

Noosa libraries learning open to all

AUGUST is the month to head to your nearest Noosa library to discover a new world of learning and fun.

Here are just some of the huge range of free events on offer.

Colouring and Conversation

Come along and enjoy a morning of calming adult colouring and pleasant conversation. Noosaville, 5th, 10am-12pm.

Download an eBook on your Tablet

Learn how to use your tablet to download a thrilling eBook and eAudiobook. We'll take you through the joys of RBDigital, Borrow Box and Wheelers elibrary resources. Cooroy, 5th, 10-11am.

Trove Tuesday

Discover tips and tricks and get help with using Trove and its many features to enhance your family history in an informal drop-in session. BYO device required. Cooroy, 6th, 9-11am.

Discover iPhones and iPads

This interactive workshop will provide you with a refresher on the key features of iPads and iPhones. Learn some tricks for basic troubleshooting, discover the many features of the camera and find out about the most popular apps for your device.

This class is suitable for beginners or those wanting a refresher to boost their confidence. iPhones and iPads only, BYO device. Bookings required. Cooroy, August 7, 9.30-11am.

Book Cafe

Read any good books lately? If you enjoy sharing your thoughts on your favourites join us at Book Cafe. With fun and informal chats over coffee, tell us about books you've enjoyed - or not! Noosaville, August 12, 10-11.30am.

Staying safe online

Join our session on cybersafety to learn simple ways you can improve your safety and privacy online. From identity theft to malicious emails, we will demonstrate a variety of threats that you may be exposed to and how you can combat them.

The Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland program has been funded by Telstra and the Queensland Government through State Library of Queensland and the Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors. Bookings required. Cooroy, August 14, 9.30-11am.

Seniors Week Morning Tea

Come along and bring your favourite seniors to the library for a special celebration of Seniors Week.

Enjoy the complimentary morning tea refreshments and have a look around the library for a fun morning out. Held in the Wallum room. Noosaville, August 19, 10.30-11.30am.

Seniors Week - Tea and Tunes

Join us to celebrate Seniors Week and enjoy morning tea and live music performed by Many More Four. Cooroy, 22nd, 10-11am.

Senior Essentials

Gain an understanding into maintaining your independence and lifestyle in later years. This session will cover your home, finances and care needs.

Learn the critical financial and legal implications important to your decision making and feel confident and in control of your options. Learn ways to access home care services and government funded support programs. Bookings required.

Cooroy on August 20 and Noosaville on August 21, both 10-11.30am.

Tech Help

Have you got tech troubles? Or would you just like to get started? Join our informal tech help sessions. Library staff and volunteers will be on hand to assist you with troubleshooting and to improve your skills and confidence in using technology. BYO device recommended.

A limited number of library devices will be available for use during the session. Cooroy on Tuesdays and Noosaville on Fridays, both 9-11am.

For bookings, phone 5329 6555 or for a full list of events, go to libraries.noosa.

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