Coffs Harbour City Library marked 10 years of regular weekly storytime in 2008.
Once the bookmobile service was withdrawn, it was time to start thinking about a new library in Woolgoolga….a very small one!
Want to know what books stand the test of time? Check out Coffs Harbour Library’s ten most borrowed titles.
The library regularly conducts outreach storytime sessions to support local festivals and family activities in the City Centre.
Dorothy and Ken Briggs are members of Woolgoolga library. Dorothy talks about the purpose built library building and the involvement of Woolgoolga Art Group in the project.
Jan Arnett is one of our regular library members who can frequently be seen at the library researching family and local history.
1978 saw the introduction of the Home Library Service, a service that brings the library to those in the community who are housebound.
Libraries are more than just books – we’re busy, vibrant community hubs where people come together for informal learning and cultural enrichment.
Trish White is one of our long standing library members whose love of books and libraries is well known.
Carol Ruby is one of the longest serving active volunteers at the library. Carol compares various libraries she has visited to Coffs Harbour Library.
November 23, 1996 saw Coffs Harbour City Library inundated with a 40cm wall of water which ruined over 11,000 items and resulted in the library being closed for a week.