Ballina Chess Group meets at the Ballina Library every Friday from 12.30pm to 2.00pm. All welcome.
The Knit'nChat session is a group of knitters, crocheters and hand embroiderers who get together at Tweed Heads Library on Monday mornings at 9.30am with their project to craft and chat. Beginners are welcome.
Every second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 9.30am to 12.00pm a group of women gather at Lismore library to knit, crochet and patchwork. The group discuss ideas, help each other to work on individual projects or group projects for the community.
Lismore Origami Club is for anyone who loves Origami. Held at Lismore Library on the first Saturday of each month 10.00am to 12.00pm. Different projects are created and displayed in the Library.
Memories on the Move (MOM) takes the library out to our community members living in Aged Care Facilities within the Tweed Shire who are not able to visit the library. Library staff conduct storytelling sessions with groups of local residents to encourage reminiscing, sharing of stories and memories with plenty of group interaction.
Byron Bay Library Recipe Club is a casual meeting on the third Tuesday of the month at 2.00pm. Be inspired, swap recipes and have a conversation about all things food. Guest speakers appear at most meetings and all foodies are welcome! Phone Byron Bay Library for more information on (02) 6685 8540.
Tweed Talks encourages community members to view their local library as a source for diverse information. The topics covered range from everyday interests and issues surrounding senior living - healthy mind and soul or feel good interactive sessions, to services through government departments. Tweed Talks are held at various times in the Tweed Shire libraries please check the events and programs calendar for details.
The aim of the Seed Library is to promote a sense of community sharing, involvement and self-sufficiency. The library has a collection of seeds available to "borrow"; there is no cost to the borrower and the seeds are locally sustainable. So, how does it work? 1. You select your seeds packets and bring them to the desk to "borrow" them. 2. You plant them, grow them and harvest what you need, letting some of it go to seed. You keep some seeds for yourself, and return some to the library. 3. The library then packages it up ready for someone else to "borrow". It's that simple! For more information phone Murwillumbah Library on (02) 6670 2427.