Elderberry Book Chat
Looking for your next great read?
Elderberry Book Chat is a monthly book group held at Napier Library, and everyone is welcome to come along, talk about favourite books and learn more about the library.
The friendly library staff share titles they have enjoyed recently, and you are welcome to share your favourite books and authors too.
The library catalogue can be a challenge, so Book Chat is an opportunity to ask questions and learn how to better use it.
There’s no charge for the Elderberry Book Chat, so come along, have a chat over a cuppa, and pick up a book to borrow.
Elderberry Book Chat is held on the first Wednesday of every month from 10.30 to 11.30 at Napier Library. For more information, phone the library on 834 4180, or just come along!
Share the love of books and reading with other like-minded people.
Our book club meets on the first Thursday evening of the month from 5.15pm to 6.30pm at Napier Library. Bring a book along to discuss. Meet at the first floor seminar room. Be sure to be early because we close the library at 5.30pm.
For more information, phone the library on 834 4180.
Elderberry Tea with Tales
Elderberry Tea with Tales are book groups which operate in partnership with the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind . The groups are run by the Friends of the Taradale Library at Taradale Library and volunteers from the Royal New Zealand Foundation at the Napier Library. The Friends and volunteers read from some interesting titles that are available from the Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind Library and everyone enjoys a chat and a cuppa.
Elderberry Tea with Tales is held on the fourth Wednesday of the month from 10.00 to 12.00 at Napier and Taradale Libraries. For more information please phone Taradale Library 845 9018 or Napier Library 836 5628.