We run you through all the awesome events for yarn crafters coming to libraries in March/April - workshops, exhibitions, and a get-together.
Historical Fiction Newsletter
Browse our latest selection of stories set in times past.
Ukraine – One year on from invasion
By Donna R24/02/2023
Today - 24 February 2023 - marks one year since the Russia invaded Ukraine. We recommend some reading about the invasion.
Books for Kids and Tweens newsletter
Find out what’s new and cool! We suggest fun, fascinating fiction (plus great nonfiction) for kids and tweens.
Hero Modares, Dusan Zakrajsek, and Dani Faraji: Picturing Canterbury
Photo taken at event, Hear about Iran From Non-Iranians held by Canterbury Kia Ora Academy at Tūranga. An image from Canterbury Stories.
The Pain Tourist – Paul Cleave’s masterpiece
Cleverly plotted and language rich, The Pain Tourist bulges with characters that really get under your skin...
Colditz and the Cold War; Spies and Espionage: Ben Macintyre: Wednesday 1 March 6.30pm, WORD Christchurch
By Donna R22/02/2023
Colditz, the Cold War, Spies, Espionage - Get along to the first WORD Christchurch event of 2023 - Ben Macintyre at Christ's College, Wednesday 1 March 2023 6.30pm
Te Matatini: 50th anniversary of the Olympics of kapa haka
The biennial event is on from 22 to 25 February. We'll be screening it live at Tūranga and cheering on library staff who are competing.
Japan Fiesta: Sunday 19 March 2023
Japan Fiesta is a new style of Japanese event. It will first focus on Japanese pop culture such as anime, manga, and games.
Celebrate France at South Library – Sunday 5 to 26 March 2023
Join South Library and Alliance Française as we celebrate French culture and traditions throughout March.
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