Shire of Augusta Margaret River Libraries

Magazines are now in CloudLibrary!

Get magazines from all over the world in your CloudLibrary app!

They’re free πŸ™‚

Just open CloudLibrary, tap the Magazines icon and you can access our entire eMagazine collection from the comfort of your own device

 

Don’t have the CloudLibrary app? Come into the Margaret River library and see it in action πŸ™‚

Go to the app store of your choice and download it!Β IOS Β Android

 

 

Toddler Tales at Augusta Library

Toddler Tales is on again at Augusta Library Thursday 11th August at 10.30am. Caregivers with Toddlers aged 18 to 36 months are welcome to attend for a storytime session with books, rhymes, songs, craft and morning tea.

Please reserve your place by eventbrite on amrlibraries-toddlertales-augusta.eventbrite.com.au or by phoning Rachael on 9780 5602.

We hope to see you at Augusta Library soon!

NDIS quality and safeguards for people and families: Friday 12th August

Friday 12th August at the Margaret River Library

WA’s Individualised Services (WAiS) are hosting two, free information sessions for people and their families, carers, and advocates to help them understand what the NDIS Commission does and what can be expected from providers and workers.

Topics covered:

  • Your rights under the NDIS Code of Conduct
  • How to make a complaint about your supports and services
  • NDIS worker screening
  • Positive behaviour support and restrictive practices

There are two opportunities to catch up, you are welcome to attend one or both:

This workshop is being hosted by WAiS (WA’s Individualised Services) and is supported by the Department of Communities.

NDIS quality and safeguards for people and families: two information sessions

Friday 12th August at the Margaret River Library

WA’s Individualised Services (WAiS) are hosting free information sessions for people and their families, carers, and advocates to help them understand what the NDIS Commission does and what can be expected from providers and workers.

Topics covered:

  • Your rights under the NDIS Code of Conduct
  • How to make a complaint about your supports and services
  • NDIS worker screening
  • Positive behaviour support and restrictive practices

There are two opportunities to catch up, you are welcome to attend one or both:

This workshop is being hosted by WAiS (WA’s Individualised Services) and is supported by the Department of Communities.

The Golden Feather Hunt is on!

The Hunt for The Golden Feather has begun! From now until 16 September, bring the whole family to our children’s and young adult sections at the library to search for special Scribblers Festival feather-shaped bookmarks.

Find a shiny Gold, Silver, or limited edition Amethyst Feather and win exciting prizes, or decorate a White Feather for the chance to win a Spot Prize.

Stop in for more info and or visit www.scribblersfestival.com.au/golden-feather to watch the feathered fun happening all over WA.

Happy feather hunting!

Wildflower Society of Western Australia : a presentation by Richard Clark

Thursday 18th August, 6 – 7pm followed by light refreshments

RSVP using Eventbrite here or to the Library on Ph: 9780 5600 or Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au

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Come along to the Library to hear about our wildflowers. Topics covered include:

  • The Australian Native Plant Society and the Wildflower Society of Western Australia
    Our natural flora – home to our birds, insects and fauna
  • Concerns and activities – conservation, weeds, fire, …
  • What the South West Capes branch is trying to achieve
  • Growing Australian plants
  • Suggestions of resources

This informative presentation is for all ages, all welcome. The library is an easily accessible venue

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Contact the Libraries

Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600
Email: amrlibrary@amrshire.wa.gov.au