Green Valley Library will be closed from 14 December - 7 February. All other library branches will remain open.

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Liverpool City Library often refers to 'terms' for the duration of our ongoing programs. Terms for 2023 align with the NSW Eastern school terms, and are as follows:

TermStart DateEnd Date
Term OneTuesday 31 JanuaryThursday 6 April
Term TwoWednesday 26 AprilFriday 30 June
Term ThreeTuesday 18 JulyFriday 22 September
Term FourMonday 9 OctoberTuesday 19 December

We also run school holiday programs which can be found here.

Youth Regular Programs

Chess Club Term 1 @ Moorebank Library

Get together with other chess enthusiasts, learn chess moves and practice your skills in this inclusive activity for young people.

We ask that participants commit to the whole term.

Suitable for 10-18 years.

Sessions run fortnightly on Mondays @ Moorebank Library 3.30pm - 4.30pm

Monday 06 February
Monday 20 February
Monday 06 March
Monday 20 March

Bookings required for Chess Club

Code Club Module 1 Term 1 @ Green Valley Library

Level up your coding skills using the accessible programming language, Scratch.

Knowledge of computers is required and we ask that participants commit to the whole term. Participants will need to bring a USB to save their projects.

Tickets are available to use Library laptops, customers are required to have their own library card to access computers.

Bring your own device tickets are also available for customers who are able to bring their own laptop.

We ask that participants commit to the whole term.

Suitable for 8-11 years.

Thursdays @ Green Valley Library 3.45pm - 4.30pm

Thursday 09 February
Thursday 16 February
Thursday 23 February
Thursday 28 February
Thursday 09 March
Thursday 16 March
Thursday 23 March
Thursday 30 March

Bookings required for Code Club Module 1

Code Club Module 2 Term 1 @ Casula Library

Level up your coding skills using the accessible programming language, Scratch.

Knowledge of computers is required and we ask that participants commit to the whole term. Participants will need to bring a USB to save their projects.

Tickets are available to use Library laptops, customers are required to have their own library card to access computers.

Bring your own device tickets are also available for customers who are able to bring their own laptop.

We ask that participants commit to the whole term.

Suitable for 8-11 years.

Tuesdays @ Casula Library 3.30pm - 4.15pm

Tuesday 07 February
Tuesday 14 February
Tuesday 21 February
Tuesday 28 February
Tuesday 07 March
Tuesday 14 March
Tuesday 21 March
Tuesday 28 March

Bookings required for Code Club Module 2

Introduction to Electronics & Robotics Term 1 @ Liverpool City Library

Get hands on in this introduction to Robotics & Electronics in Term 1. Learn how to code cutebots with Microbits and build circuits with Arduinos in this engaging after school program.

Knowledge of computers is required and we ask that participants commit to the whole term. 

Tickets are available to use Library laptops, customers are required to have their own library card to access computers.

We ask that participants commit to the whole term.

Suitable for 12-16 years.

Tuesdays @ Liverpool City Library 3.45pm - 4.45pm

Tuesday 07 February
Tuesday 14 February
Tuesday 21 February
Tuesday 28 February
Tuesday 07 March
Tuesday 14 March
Tuesday 21 March
Tuesday 28 March

Bookings required for Introduction to Electronics and Robotics

Introduction to Python Term 1 @ Liverpool City Library

Meet with other coders and learn an introduction to Python Programming.

Python is a text-based coding language with real world applications for coding. Learn techniques and skills in this inclusive club for young coders.

Knowledge of computers is required and we ask that participants commit to the whole term. Participants will need to bring a USB to save their projects.

Tickets are available to use Library laptops, customers are required to have their own library card to access computers.

Bring your own device tickets are also available for customers who are able to bring their own laptop.

We ask that participants commit to the whole term.

Suitable for 12-16 years.

Wednesdays @ Liverpool City Library 3.45pm - 4.30pm

Wednesday 08 February
Wednesday 15 February
Wednesday 22 February
Wednesday 01 March
Wednesday 08 March
Wednesday 15 March
Wednesday 22 March
Wednesday 29 March

Bookings required for Introduction to Python

Making with Microbits Term 1 @ Carnes Hill Library

Learn to make with Microbits! Code microcontrollers to create interesting and exciting projects at Carnes Hill Library. Design and create fun projects using Microbits.

Knowledge of computers is required and we ask that participants commit to the whole term. 

Tickets are available to use Library laptops, customers are required to have their own library card to access computers.

Bring your own device tickets are also available for customers who are able to bring their own laptop.

We ask that participants commit to the whole term.

Suitable for 10-13 years.

Wednesdays @ Carnes Hill Library 3.45pm - 4.30pm

Wednesday 08 February
Wednesday 15 February
Wednesday 22 February
Wednesday 01 March
Wednesday 08 March
Wednesday 15 March
Wednesday 22 March
Wednesday 29 March

Bookings required for Making with Microbits

Liverpool Library and Liverpool Regional Museum offer tours of resources and facilities to teachers, educators & youth organisations.

Free programs currently on offer to educators:

Liverpool Tomorrow - The Podcast

To celebrate Liverpool City Council's 150th on the 27th of June 2022, and the unearthing of the 1972 Time Capsule buried at Liverpool Court House, in December 2022 your students are invited to reflect on the present and contemplate what life in Liverpool will be like in 2072! Join us as we learn to create and collect digital content, to build a new digital time capsule Kids voices for the future! This free educational workshop will be offfered from February – May 2022, and all schools in the Liverpool LGA are invited to participate.

The Three Rs of  Research

Liverpool City Library presents the Three R’s of Research, an educational program that will encourage your students to identify useful sources of information and to understand the Three Rs - Recent, Relevant and Reliable.

Get your students re-acquainted with the Library and help encourage access to free resources, databases, programs and services available through Liverpool City Library membership.

Fight the Fake News!

Fight Fake News is an educational program that will help equip your students to be able to identify good sources of information and to understand the three R’s of research – recent, relevant and reliable. Get your students re-oriented at the library and help encourage access to free public library resources, databases, programs and services through Liverpool Library membership.

Using Liverpool Library E-Resources

Get your students access to the digital resources they need to succeed in this 60-minute information session on the Library’s electronic resources. Liverpool City Library offers a collection of fantastic online resources that are available to library members, such as Academic databases, past exam papers and online study support. We also offer a HSC specific program which expands on these with a focused look at the topics the students are studying.

For more information on activities and events available in the library, contact the Youth Programs Librarian: FulhamC@liverpool.nsw.gov.au

Collingwood House Project Based Learning Program

What is the significance of Collingwood House to Liverpool’s History? Who were the people that lived there? What industry took place on the land? What was life, like in the area before colonisation?  These are some of the questions students may answer through our Collingwood House project-based learning program.

Objects: Telling Many Stories

Have you ever wondered about museum curators plan and design their exhibitions? Learn how to curate your own exhibition by attending a workshop run by museum professionals. Using the permanent gallery 'Resonances' as an example, students will learn the behind-the-scenes work and how curators tell the story of an object.

For more information on activities and events available in the museum, contact the Museum team via liverpoolregionalmuseum@liverpool.nsw.gov.au or 02 8711 7126

Visit our What's On page to find information on current and upcoming youth events and workshops.