Library News

Zinio e-magazines app end-of-life… but the magazines are still available to download!

The Zinio for Libraries app will be discontinued in the near future – but the e-magazines will continue to be available to our patrons via the RBdigital app.

If you have been using the Zinio app, we encourage you to download the RBdigital app to your mobile device to access magazines. Your username and password will remain the same, and you won’t lose any of your previously checkout out content. Remember to select the State Library of WA as your library when setting up the app.

If you haven’t yet explored the huge range of e-magazines that are available to our patrons, click here and look for the RBdigital magazines tab.

 

Learn how to use your library e-resources with quick and easy video tutorials

The Augusta Margaret River Libraries Academy offers our patrons a range of short videos that explain how to use library e-resources.

Click here to go directly to the Augusta Margaret River Libraries Academy

Included are videos that explain how these resources work with different devices.

Videos include:

BorrowBox, cloudLibrary & Overdrive e-books and e-audiobooks

Movie-streaming with Kanopy

Online courses with Universal Class and Transparent Language Online

How to use Ancestry Library Edition

Plus some non-library resources – How to use Instagram, Gmail & Facebook

Click here to find further how-to guides on our Online Resources FAQs page.

 

Barbara Webster: an exhibition of landscapes

April 7th – May 31st

Cocoon Gallery For Emerging Artists – Margaret River Library

Barbara Webster in the Cocoon Gallery

Today we welcome Barbara Webster to the Cocoon Gallery with her beautiful collection of landscape paintings. The environment in all its moods is Barbara’s favourite subject to paint. She has always been drawn to the dramatic landscapes of this beautiful state and retirement has given her the chance to translate this passion onto canvas. “The ever changing moods of nature will never cease to inspire and excite me”. Barbara Webster. A teacher and School Principal by trade, painting has been a challenge that Barbara has mastered over time participating in a local art club and with the occasional art class. Her love of the Australian landscape shines through in her work and each piece resonates with her personally. It will be hard for her to part with some of the works, but she feels ready to share her efforts with visitors to the library. Enjoy!

Toddler Tales at Margaret River Library this Thursday 10.30am

Toddler Tales is the perfect introduction to storytime and includes stories, rhymes, songs, craft and music.

Participating Families are encouraged to borrow one of our Read Aloud Book Packs which contain books, rhymes and activities to try at home.

Please note that due to Augusta Library being in a temporary location, Toddler Tales will be held at Margaret River Library until rennovations at Augusta Library are complete.

Toddler Tales is every second Thursday of the month

at 10.30 except school holidays.

Bookings are required, Please phone 9780 5600

to reserve your child’s place.

Book Chat Club for teens @ Margaret River Library this Monday

If you are 12 to 17 years old, come to the Margaret River Library on Monday 26th March at 4.30 for an hour of chatting about books you have read, free yummy snacks and hot chocolate. A librarian will facilitate the session to recommend new books and there will also the chance to win a book voucher for your review

Book Chat is a partnership between the Shire of Augusta Margaret River Libraries and the Margaret River Bookshop.

We hope to see you at the library soon!

Free with your library membership – stream movies and documentaries with Kanopy

 

Our patrons now have access to more than 30,000 movies and documentaries, free with their membership.

Kanopy showcases great films, including award-winning documentaries, rare and hard-to-find titles, film festival favourites, indie and classic films, and world cinema.

Click here to go to our Entertainment page, where you will find links to Kanopy and user guidelines.

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Margaret River Library

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