Loads to love at local libraries

MidCoast Council

Literary lovers rejoice, as there is loads happening across MidCoast libraries in March.

First up is the ‘About A Book’ Zoom event on Tuesday 8 March from 7pm to 8pm.

Join local author Kaneana May as she chats with fellow writers Lee Christine (Charlotte’s Pass, Crackenback, Dead Horse Gap) and Fiona Lowe (A Home Like Ours, Just an Ordinary Family).

Both Christine and Lowe are accomplished authors and will speak about their writing process, their latest book recommendations and more.

Also, coming up is the ‘All About Women’ festival, streamed live from Sydney Opera House at Forster and Taree libraries offering three sessions at 11.30am, 1:30pm and 4pm on Sunday 13 March. Sessions are free and you can register for one or for all three.

All About Women explores gender, equality and justice, including the perspectives of First Nations women and other female voices such as 2021 Australian of the Year winner Grace Tame, Rosie Batty and Laura Tingle.

“We’re pleased to host these events that bring a variety of voices and talents to the region,” said Lisa Greenwood, MidCoast’s Library Coordinator.

“There’s really something for everyone this month and with International Women’s Day on 8 March, we’re especially happy to have events that celebrate this special day.”

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