Join us for the re-opening of the new Campsie Library on Monday 17 October 2016 from 10am.
The Courage to Care program is a community outreach initiative which demonstrates the importance of standing up to bullying & prejudice.
The topic for this talk is 'Faith and Parenting in the 21st century' and will take place on Thursday, 10 November 2016 from 6pm to 7.30pm.
The City of Canterbury’s first Little Free Library is located next to Hurlstone Park Train Station. Check out a book today!
Listen to Colin Beacroft and Kerin Wanstall from the Canterbury & District Historical Society at the launch of the Perpetual Poppies Collection.
Library membership is free and open to anyone. You can apply for a card at any branch of the Canterbury City Council Library Service.
Search the City of Canterbury online library catalogue to find books, DVD's, magazines and much more!
Visit this page to keep up to date with the latest library news and events!
We provide a host of services through our Library Services, including computer training, language classes, homework assistance and much more!
Our eLibrary is convenient and easy to use. It's available 24/7, and delivered straight to your computer, smart phone, iPad, tablet, iPod or MP3 player.
New books lists, authors talks, book groups, reading resources - everything for the avid book lover!
Looking to break the boredom? Do you want something fun to do afterschool? Then look no further than our Kidz Zone!
There are plenty of things for teens to do in our library - check out your local branch for details on school holiday and after school activites for teens!
The Local Studies and Family History collections are specialised reference collections which will help you discover the history, geography and legacy of Canterbury City.
We all have different stories or special memories that are worth sharing. Thirty eight of these stories are now captured through The Canterbury Story Project.
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