Thursday 15 - Sunday 18 August
Mudgee Readers' Festival
To celebrate its tenth year of events, the Mudgee Readers' Festival has put together a dynamic, fun and thoughtful program to delight readers of all ages. The Festival combines a love of stories with the best of the region's food and wine offerings, with a great mix of free and ticketed events. Mid-Western Regional Council Library is a proud partner and the festival hub: your place to get information, tickets and books over the festival weekend. The full program, tickets and more information on sessions can be found at: mudgeereaders.com
Thursday 19 September, 10am
Australian Reading Hour (ARH)
ARH is an important annual campaign encouraging Australians of all ages to read for one hour. Watch this space for details on our 2019 storytelling extravaganza!
February - November, 10:15am
Monday History Talks
Are you interested in the history of Mudgee and surrounding regions? Perhaps you have been working on gathering information on your family history? Our Monday History Talks are held on the first Monday of the month and include guest speakers or sharing sessions, both allowing participants to ask questions and discuss all aspects of local and family history.
First Tuesday of the month, 3:45pm
Book Bouncers: Teen Book Club
Bounce around books and ideas with other readers each month - all teens keen to talk books are welcome! Held in the Mudgee Library Youth Room on Level 3.
Third Tuesday of the month, 3:45pm
The Write Stuff: Teen Writing Group
All teens looking to write, share ideas and develop their craft in a supportive environment are welcome to attend this monthly session.
During the first two weeks of every season, the library holds a book sale. We always have a generous selection of adult fiction, large print, non-fiction, young adult and children's titles, as well as DVDs and magazines, to choose from. As many items as you can carry for only $2! Be sure to keep checking back as stock is continuously refreshed.