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What's on

What's On for Adults

City of Marion Libraries offer a variety of event, classes, workshops and activities throughout the year for adults, from author events, education and training, to knitting and scrabble groups!

Book Discussion Groups

The Marion Library Service has several book discussion groups who meet at various times and at different branches of the library service.

If you are a passionate reader and would like to be involved in many an interesting conversation about books, please contact us (number below)

Are you a passionate reader?

Each book discussion group reads a variety of fiction and non-fiction books, ranging from popular best sellers to award winning books and authors.

A broad range of books are discussed including mystery, romance, biographies, historical, science fiction, travel and more.

Further details

Please contact:

Tracey Noah Adult Programs Support Officer (number below)

Writer's Groups

When did the Marion Writers' Inc group form?

Marion Writers Inc was formed in 2007 after several local writers met during a writing workshop with Sue Fleming (course coordinator, professional writing, Adelaide Centre for the Arts) and convened by Renya Spratt (former programs and lifelong learning coordinator).

How do the meetings work?

Writers groups are self-managed and often include written and verbal constructive criticism given in the spirit of honesty and candidness to promote the development and enjoyment of creative writing, concepts and techniques.

Further details

Are you an enthusiastic, budding writer who would like to share ideas, advice and tips with other writers?

Please contact adult programs support officer Tracey Noah on 8375 6755 to register your interest or for more information.

What's on for Kids

The Marion Library Service offers a range of activities for kids, such as storytelling for pre-schoolers, baby bounce sessions and school holiday programs.

Most events are on offer at all of the Marion Library branches.

Storytelling for Pre-Schoolers

A wonderful opportunity to have fun together, meet new friends, listen to stories and make something to take home and stick on the fridge!

Cost: Free
When: Weekly throughout the school term.
Time: 10:30am to 11:15am
Where:

  • Cultural Centre Library on Tuesdays.
  • Cove Civic Centre Library on Wednesdays.
  • Park Holme Library on Thursdays.

No need to book, just come along.

Baby Bounce

A fun and interactive session aimed at introducing babies and young children to libraries, action songs, nursery rhymes and rhythm.

Who: Suitable for parents, grandparents and people caring for children aged 0-2 years. Siblings are most welcome to attend.
Cost: Free
Time: 9:30am to 10:00am every week throughout the school term.
Where:

  • Cultural Centre Library on Tuesdays.
  • Cove Civic Centre Library on Wednesdays.
  • Park Holme Library on Thursdays.

No need to book, just come along.