Activities & Events
Hornsby Library runs a wide-range of activities and events for all members of the community.
Hornsby Library is host to a variety of community art exhibitions throughout the year.
Biodiversity in Your Backyard
Learn about making your garden more wildlife friendly at Hornsby Central Library on Wednesday 2 April, 6.30 pm. This introductory information session will provide key information and skills to local residents. Bookings are essential.
Financial Seminar - Age Pension and Your Choices
Learn about the Age Pension at Hornsby Central Library on Wednesday 26 March, 6.30 pm. It’s never too early to begin planning for your future—working out what you want, looking at the options available to you, and setting some goals. Bookings are essential.
Meet Sarah Wayland at Hornsby Central Library on Friday 4 April, 10.30 am. Sarah will explore the elusive work/life balance, with top tips on juggling the chaos and some ideas about reconnecting with yourself along the way. Bookings are essential.
Meet the Author
Meet author John Martyn at Hornsby Central Library on Thursday 20 March, 6.30 pm. John will be speaking about his new book Understanding the Weather. Bookings are essential.
Native Bees Workshop
Megan Halcroft will present a three-hour workshop on native bees at Hornsby Central Library on Friday 11 April, 10.15 am. Learn how to encourage native bees into your garden. Bookings are essential.
Writing Interesting Family Histories
Meet acclaimed author and history detective Carol Baxter at Hornsby Central Library on Wednesday 19 March, 6.30 pm. This two-hour workshop will help you turn your dusty piles of notes and photocopies into a riveting family history. Bookings are essential.
Daytime and evening book clubs, run by the members, meet regularly at Hornsby, Epping, Pennant Hill, Galston and Berowra libraries. A daytime book club at Epping Library will commence in October 2012.
Bubs N' Books
A program to introduce babies and toddlers from 0 to 18 months to the world of books, songs, rhymes and fingerplays.
Are you using Hornsby Library's eBook, eAudiobook and eMagazine collections? Hornsby Central Library is now running free one-on-one training sessions for these collections. Bookings are essential.
Resuming in Term 1, 2014, Epping Library will be hosting free weekly Homework Help sessions for primary and high school students. The sessions are run by volunteers from youth outreach organisation The Shack. Bookings are essential.
Preschool Storytime sessions
Storytime sessions are designed for children aged 0-5 years. Join us for stories, songs, rhymes and simple craft activities.
A program for children from 18 months to 3 years of age. Join us for stories, action songs and movement.
Weekly Knitting Groups
Weekly Knitting Groups are held at Berowra, Hornsby, Pennant Hills and Epping libraries and support the voluntary organisation "Wrapped with love".