Welcome to Manly Library's Wednesday Club.

Meeting every Wednesday afternoon from 3:45pm - 4:45pm during the school term.
Join us for
art and craft, fun and games, food, films discussions and much much more.

It's free for everyone 8 years or older so come on down to the library!

Monday, 19 December 2016


Don't forget - Summer Reading Club is on NOW and will run until 31st January, 2017. Drop in and see us on the ground floor to pick up your FREE activity booklet, and receive prizes for reading over the summer holidays. There will also be a party to celebrate your heroic reading efforts on Wednesday 25th January at Warringah Mall Library

Just some of the cool things we have made this year

We created these by using photocopies of photos of ourselves, and blowing ink across the page with drinking straws to create our crazy hair

HALLOWEEN COOKIES - YUM!! (With just a dash of spooky)

We painted our plates with colourful paints and then weaved over the top - check out the awesome results - we even displayed them in the library:

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

New books out now by local Authors!

Local Authors from the Northern Beaches Writers' Group will be coming in to speak to us at Manly Library on Wednesday 26th August @ 4pm about the writing, illustrating and publishing of their 2 award winning books A Dolphin For Naia and Scribbles In The Dark.
Both books are now available for loan at Manly Library

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Great events coming up during Book Week @ Manly Library

Meet R.A. Spratt, author ot the very popular Nanny Piggins and Friday Barnes: Girl Detective series'  on Monday 24th August at 3:30pm In the children's area of Manly library. hear the stories behind the stories and have your books signed by the author. Suitable for primary school ages

Join us on Wednesday the 26th August for a special talk with the Northern Beaches Writes Group. The N.B.W.G. have written, illustrated and self published two award winning books: A Dolphin for Naia and Scribbles in the Dark. Come down from 4-5pm to meet the authors, hear some excerpts from the books and discuss their witting and publishing experiences. Suitable for all ages.


Manly Council is proud to host a FREE ‘National Science Week’ opening event: The Human Story - from the Big Bang to the age of the Internet. 
Science isn’t about equations and boring numbers. It is about piecing together the fantastic puzzle that is the human story. 
It began around 13.6 billion years ago and includes unbelievable events that unfortunately most people never hear about. 

Join the founder of ‘TechScience Australia’ at Manly Library for a  exciting and FREE one-hour presentation. 
Two sessions available on Wednesday 19/08/2015 at Manly Library:
·         5:00pm family friendly event for all ages 6+
·         7:00pm – adults session suitable for curious minds over the age of 15.

The fascinating and interactive presentation will cover the following topics:
·         The Big Bang and our expanding universe
·         The formation of our solar system
·         Origin of life on Earth
·         Could there be Alien life in the universe?
·         Genetics, Evolution and mass extinctions
·         Human ancestors 
·         From caves to iPads
·         The human fate

Mr. Carmel, local Manly resident and father of two boys, was inspired by his children to set up ‘TechScience Australia’ and spread the love of Science to the community. “It is the most important story ever told that answers the deepest questions that engaged humans for hundreds of thousands of years – Where do we come from? What is our place in the universe?  Are we alone? Any curious mind at any age would enjoy it,” said Mr Carmel, a keen proponent and promoter of science and technology.
His background includes over 20 years of teaching and training experience and formal studies in Business, IT, Digital Era Philosophy and postgraduate studies in Computer Science in Sydney Uni.

Now entering its fifteenth year, National Science Week is proudly supported by the Australian Government, as well as partners CSIRO, Australian Science Teachers Association and the ABC.
National Science Week 2015 will run from 15-23 August. Event details can be found at www.scienceweek.net.au  


Last term we tie-dyed some t-shirts and pillow slips. They looked great when finished!

stained glass jars

Yesterday we made stained glass jars from re-used glass jars from the kitchen.
They look amazing.