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Pop-Up Libraries are back again in Brisbane

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By Claire Matthews

Brisbane City Council’s Pop-Up Library program has resumed for 2021 and will be travelling to suburbs across the city.

Pop-Up Library brings the joy of reading to parks, community events and festivals throughout Brisbane. 

From 4 January to 31 December 2021, Pop Up Library will visit selected parks three days per week, at either 9:30 or 10:30 am. 

Locations include Svoboda Park in Kuraby, Rocks Riverside Park in Seventeen Mile Rocks, 7th Brigade Park in Chermside, Wynnum Wading Pool Park in Wynnum, Frew Park in Milton and Dorrington Park in Ashgrove.

Residents can read books, newspapers and magazines, browse the library collection, borrow items, and enjoy library programs including children’s storytime, craft, games, coding and robotics.

The children’s storytime program is a fun, engaging and educational way for children to develop early literacy and language skills. Children and parents will learn rhymes, songs and stories together and build a love of reading.

Membership with Council’s library service is free for Brisbane residents. Visit the Pop Up Library or any local council library with your ID to sign up. 

See Council’s website for a full list of dates, times and locations for the Pop Up Library to add to your calendar.  

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