5 minutes with Kate from Noosa Library Service

Librarian holding megaphone and sign stating 'I don't do ssshhh! (I'm louder than the cutomers )'

Kate Landsey is a librarian at Noosa Library Service and co- manages the nooslibraryservice Instagram account. Kate presented Vision in Action: Using Social Media at Realising our potential – 2019 Rural Libraries Queensland (RLQ) and small libraries workshop at State Library of Queensland, on Tuesday 30 April 2019. Above: Kate Landsey. Image from @noosalibraryservice (Instagram) … Read more

Last chance to register for the full two-day Heritage leaders workshop

QANZAC Poster depicting soldiers pausing

Thursday 30 May and Friday 31 May 2019, 9am – 5pm (Book online). Engage with your peers and build your professional practice as you learn from and network with leading local, national and international historians, creative thinkers and heritage professionals. Highlights from this year’s program include a keynote address from Jenny Waldman CBE, Director of … Read more

National Reconciliation Week 2019 and Kanopy

National Reconciliation Week 2019 (NRW2019) is just around the corner. So, what are you planning to do during NRW2019 at your library? State Library of Queensland (State Library) provides access to the on-demand streaming service Kanopy through all public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres (IKC) throughout Queensland, as well as through State Library membership. Libraries … Read more

Innovative Learning Tools are a highlight at Longreach

Child paying with light up blocks

Grandparents, carers, friends and parents were invited to attend and celebrate Easter with our little people in the Longreach Library. The First 5 Forever group enthusiastically sang, danced and rhymed with much adult participation. Storytime focused on the Easter theme and the session was extended to include creating rabbit ears. All small attendees received ears … Read more

Somerset library mural supports local arts and culture

An art mural on an old brick façade at Somerset Regional Council’s Lowood Customer Service Centre and Library has been brought to life with a mural that centres around the region’s rural surroundings, in particular, Twin Bridges and the Brisbane River. The project was initiated by Somerset Regional Council and funded through the State Government’s … Read more