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Library News

Monday Matters

Posted Thursday 22 September 2022
Find out about the busy and creative world of book publishing from Meredith Curnow, long time publisher at Penguin Random House Australia.

Author Evening with Johan du Toit

Posted Thursday 22 September 2022
Join local author Johan du Toit talking about his new book of short stories Meandering Road.

Oral History Interviewing Workshop

Posted Thursday 22 September 2022
Professional oral historians, Andrew Host and Pauline Curby will be coming to Mosman to present their popular workshop.

eLibrary is open 24/7

Posted Wednesday 21 September 2022
Stream movies, listen to the latest books, explore databases, or even learn a language - all you need is your library card.

Youth Awards in Literature winners

Posted Thursday 1 September 2022
Mosman Library Service is pleased to announce the winners of this Year’s Mosman Youth Awards in Literature.

Author Evening with Sophie Green

Posted Monday 29 August 2022
Listen to local author Sophie Green talk about her new novel The Bellbird River Country Choir

Author Morning with Gabriella Kelly-Davies

Posted Thursday 18 August 2022
Join local author Gabriella Kelly-Davies for a National Science Week book talk.

VR Experience

Posted Thursday 18 August 2022
Come into Barry O'Keefe Library throughout National Science Week 15-21 August for a Virtual Reality experience with our VR goggles!

Children’s Book Week competitions

Posted Thursday 18 August 2022
Children 3-12 years are warmly invited to enter one of our three Book Week competitions!

Author Evening with Deirdre O’Connell

Posted Monday 8 August 2022
Deirdre O'Connell talks about her new book Harlem Nights: the secret history of Australia's jazz age

The Light that never shone

Posted Tuesday 2 August 2022
Chris Borough will talk about his latest book The Light that Never Shone about the Star Amphitheatre on Balmoral Beach.

Author Evening with Greg Woodland

Posted Tuesday 2 August 2022
Local author and screenwriter Greg Woodland talks about his second rural thriller The Carnival is Over.