New Brighton's New Year carnival. Christchurch Star Archive. In copyright. CCL-StarP-01369A. Mark Simmons and Maxine Dowber build a sand sculpture on New Brighton Beach. 28 December 1971.
Summertime Reads with BorrowBox
Summertime reading just got better! We have five eAudiobooks you can listen to on BorrowBox with no waits or holds. Something for everyone.
Speak up – Kōrerotia podcast: SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) and the launch of the SDG Declaration and the SDG Alliance
Hear from guests Moko Morris and Matt Morris, who have both been heavily involved behind the scenes of the Aotearoa New Zealand SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) Summit Series.
What Now Christmas: Picturing Canterbury
Simon Barnett, Michele A'Court and Catherine McPherson decorating a Christmas tree. An image from Canterbury Stories.
Celebrate International LEGO Day 2022 and Brick your Book at the Library
There is a Brick your Book competition on from Friday 21 January to Monday 31 January 2022. Plus come along to mini Imagination Stations at libraries, as well as the Imagination Station at Tūranga.
Soothing summer: Chill tracks and easy listening
Moata chooses some cruisey music and relaxing audiobooks to help you destress this holiday season.
Hugo Awards 2021: The Relentless Moon: Mary Robinette Kowal’s Lady Astronaut series
Fee reads the 3rd book in Mary Robinette Kowal's sci-fi series that was nominated in the Hugo Awards.
Craft snippets: Crochet with Hannah Hills
Sally reports back from Craft Snippets at Upper Riccarton Library with special guest Hannah Hills who specialises in tiny crochet.
Soothing summer: Book binge
It's been another difficult year, so kick back, relax and unwind with these great (but not too challenging) novels and non-fiction titles.
Soothing summer: Movies and TV to bingewatch
It's been another difficult year, so kick back, relax and unwind with these great (but not too challenging) movies and TV shows.
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