Library staff and family at Kooringal hall for 'Build' program visit


Library services out and about over the holidays

Published: 08 Jul 2022 12:28pm

Wagga Wagga City Library is taking its ‘Build’ program to rural villages and suburbs across the Local Government Area these school holidays.

Library Program Officer Wendy Harper said the first week of visits has attracted more than 100 participants.

Library staff and kids during 'Build' program visit to Oura
BUILDING FUN: Billy and Library Multicultural Services Officer Mahsa Nikzad look for the perfect block to add to the structure being created during the ‘Build’ team’s visit to Oura Hall.

“It’s been delightful to see children having fun attending the 'Build' Program in their own rural villages and suburbs and to be signing up new members everywhere we go with the Wagga Wagga City Library service,” Ms Harper said.

The ‘Build’ program presents stories, Lego kits, colouring, and a Big Build with soft building blocks, suitable for younger children.

Library staff and kids during 'Build' program visit to Collingullie
STORYTIME: Library Circulation & Facility Assistant Team Leader Alison Bambach with community members during the ‘Build’ team’s visit to Collingullie this week.

The free sessions for primary school kids, aged 6 -12 years, run for approximately 90 minutes and bookings are not required.

For more information about the Build school holiday program, visit the ‘What’s On’ page at

Week 2 of 'Build' Visits

Monday 11 July

Ashmont Resource Centre - 10am - 12pm
Tolland Community Centre – 2pm - 4pm

Tuesday 12 July

Mangoplah Football Club - 10am - 12pm
Uranquinty Neighbourhood Centre - 2pm - 4pm

Wednesday 13 July

Humula Citizens Sports Club -10am - 12pm
Tarcutta CWA Hall – 2pm - 4pm

Thursday 14 July

Turvey Park (Girl Guide Hall) -10am - 12pm
Glenfield Community Centre – 2pm - 4pm

Friday 15 July

Galore Hall - 10am - 12pm
Boorooma - Estella Public School – 2pm - 4pm