With collections to suit all ages, Thornlie Library is a great place for a family visit.
Thornlie Library stocks over 40,000 items, provides access to many resources and offers various services and programs for adults, children, and teens throughout the year.
Book Club at your library
Adults who love reading and like to chat about the latest book they’ve read will enjoy the monthly Book Club sessions held at each library. Books may be borrowed from the library or members can supply their own.
Sessions run on the first and second Tuesday of each month, 6.30 – 7.30pm at the Thornlie Library. If this time doesn’t suit you, there are alternative sessions available at our other libraries.
Colour Therapy Club
When: Every Tuesday from 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Colouring-in for grown-ups!
Rediscover the simple pleasure of colouring in. It’s relaxing, stress-relieving and fun.
Fees: This is a free event; refreshments will be provided.
Sit and Knit
When: Thursdays, 12.30pm to 2.30pm
Bring in your latest knitting or crochet project and join in the fun.
Join this friendly group and get to know others with the same interests. Free help is available, but the main focus is on fun and socialising.
Bring your own needles, wool and half-finished projects to complete in company. Refreshments will be provided.
Thornlie Ukuele Group
When: Every Thursday from 11am to noon
Tune up your strumming skills
Ukulele players of all tastes & abilities come and enjoy a relaxed social atmosphere. Have fun while learning and sharing new songs.
This is a free event, refreshments will be provided, bookings are essential and places are limited. Players must BYO ukulele and tuner.
Fees: Free event, but bookings are essential.
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