Margaret Hivon, Coordinator of the Wrap for love program in Coffs Harbour, talks about the library’s involvement in the program and its effect within the community.
Where it all began! Find out about how the Coffs Harbour Library was first established in 1964.
Dorothy and Ken Briggs are members of Woolgoolga library. Dorothy talks about the purpose built library building and the involvement of Woolgoolga Art Group in the project.
The Library Act 1939 was landmark legislation which resulted in the development of free public libraries throughout NSW
Coffs Harbour Library’s journey to join the information super-highway began in 1996 with coin-operated internet access!
Eric Bennett is a long standing member of Woolgoolga community who talks us through the opening of Woolgoolga’s first public library and his family’s use of it. Eric also discusses a number of other buildings that the Woolgoolga Library has inhabited.
Coffs Harbour Library was searching for a new location following the expiration of its lease in Castle Street – was the National Mutual Building a good option?
The introduction of the bookmobile service in 1979 saw a number of outer lying areas in the Coffs region having a library service for the very first time!
Coffs Harbour City Library launched its book club service in 2009 to promote and support a reading culture in the local community.
Jan Arnett is one of our regular library members who can frequently be seen at the library researching family and local history.
Coffs Harbour librarians explain how student teachers can benefit from public libraries.