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eCollections Training

Your library password now case sensitive

Your password for the online catalogue and eCollection services is now case sensitive. Please use a capital C when entering your Library card number. The old default password also requires capital letters. Please contact your nearest branch library if you are still unable to sign in.

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New Catalogue and Online Library Services

The features of our new catalogue and online library services include personalised options, enhanced search features, a new look catalogue and self-service options. Other features are coming soon.

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Holiday Fun

Make the most of your Christmas Holiday by joining us for the Library's holiday activities! Join the Summer Reading Club, build a gingerbread house, sing and dance at The Glee Club Christmas Fun Show and more. Bookings are essential.

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Less Mess - Declutter Workshop

Do you have cupboards that are bulging, a garage that’s overflowing or general clutter and mess you’d like to tame? A workshop will be held at Epping Library on Monday 30 November, 6.30pm. FULLY BOOKED

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Meet the Author - Hugh Mackay

Hugh Mackay returns to Hornsby Central Library to discuss his book The Art of Belonging which will reignite the conversation about how we want to live. Join Hugh at Hornsby Library on Wednesday 2 December, 6.30pm. Bookings are essential.

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Friday Features - Secret River’s Dirty Secrets

Meet Graham ‘Jono’ Johnston, leader of an award winning collaborative community foreshore clean-up program based on the Hawkesbury River and local waterways. Graham will speak at Hornsby Central Library on Friday 4 December, 1.30pm. Bookings are essential.