01 December 2019
What's on in December
Events and activities for December, including our holiday opening hours.
27 October 2019
Changes to PressReader's Stuff Ltd titles - from 1 November
Changes are coming in the digital distribution of content provided by Stuff Ltd, “Stuff”, in New Zealand libraries. Starting on November 1st 2019, PressReader users will only be able to access Stuff content through the PressReader website at our Libraries. Read more to learn how to access through Palmerston North City Library.
26 October 2019
What's on in November
A time when we remember and celebrate our local history with a range of lunchtime history talks, afternoon heritage walks and more. Our Photos Galore! programme will also be the perfect occasion to get creative and work on your photo skills, get snapping !
10 October 2019
Local History Week 2019
November 3 - 10 Take a look through our programme. There will a range of activities for all ages. Includes: Talks, tours, digitization, children's activities Pick up a copy of our brochure in library, keep an eye on our Events listing on the website and on our Library FB page.
29 September 2019
What's on in October
Explore space during the October School Holidays with a galaxy of super offerings in Planet Library and Youth Space. Celebrate Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights. Spend an evening with Nadia Lim to celebrate her new book Vegful or join the Cuban Embassy for the opening of the 18th Latin American & Spain Film Festival and Images of Cuba photo exhibition.
18 September 2019
20 Years of First Voice
A celebration of writing by students from non-English speaking backgrounds at Palmerston North Intermediate Normal School. All 20 years now available to be viewed at home, anywhere in the world, on Manawatu Heritage.
28 August 2019
What's on in September
Spring is here ! along with a ton of events and activities to help you chase away the winter blues. Purea I Te Ahi Festival on Saturday 7 September, Maori Language Week from the 9th to 15th, Chinese Moon Festival from 13th to 15th, Brazilian Film Festival from the 14th to 18th, Welcoming Week, Chinese Language week from the 23rd ...
26 July 2019
What's on in August
We have an exciting lineup of visiting writers coming in August, from the international best-selling author Paullina Simons to Tayi Tibble and Helen Heath taking on Poetry in Aoetaroa. The Women,War & Peace Film series will keep you thinking and engaged from Saturday 10 August. If you feel like staying home, go check out Kanopy our new video streaming platform to access more than 30,000 of the world’s best films.
25 June 2019
What's on in July
Jam packed with fun, these school holidays have a little something for everyone!
22 June 2019
New Library Digital Resources
We've got a selection of new e-resources available! From car repair to learning English - there is something for everyone!
24 May 2019
What's on in June
The City Library Makerspace is opening in early June, come in for a visit ! There will also be plenty of opportunities to celebrate the rise of Matariki with a range of events and activities.
26 April 2019
What's on in May
NZ music month is here ! And the city library will be showcasing New Zealand’s annual celebration of great homegrown music and the people who make it. Launch yourself into the world of comics with International Free Comic Day on Saturday 4th of May and on Wednesday 22 May join us for National Simultaneous Storytime.
01 March 2019
What's on in March
Palmerston North’s Festival of Cultures 2019 is coming your way to celebrate the beautifully diverse cultural identity of our city.
01 March 2019
What's on in April
The Manawatū heat of the Race Unity Speech is coming up to remind us that we all must speak out and work to address racial prejudice and injustice. There is also plenty to do at the libraries these school holidays! Discover our full programme ...
30 January 2019
What's on in February
February is setting the bar for 2019 with our regular activities restarting and a range of exciting free events happening across the libraries. Starting off with the Chinese New year Festival and Waitangi programme. To celebrate Library Lovers Day, we have organised a whole week of activities for people in love with each other and the library!
12 December 2018
Central Library building
Our Central Library building has been assessed as earthquake-prone. As the building is not deemed dangerous, we're still open for all our usual services and events.