Youth Programs and Events

COVID-19 Update

We are open, but your experience will be a little different whilst we slowly get back to full operations. Please be patient during this challenging time. We have implemented changes to comply with strict health procedures and NSW Health guidelines.

Bateau Bay, Erina, Gosford, Kincumber, Lake Haven, Toukley, The Entrance, Tuggerah, Umina Beach, Woy Woy library branches are all open Monday to Friday, 9.30am-4.30pm. Kariong Library, now located at 98 Mitchell Drive, is open Tuesday to Friday, 9.30am-4.30pm. 

Erina, Lake Haven, Tuggerah and Woy Woy libraries are open Saturday 9.30am-12.30pm.

For more specialised electronic resources that are available to you, check out our eLibrary and Research Databases.

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Programs

Gaming in Libraries

Saga of Heroes

Saga of Heroes is a tabletop adventure game where each player takes control of an individual ‘hero’ miniature, each with their own strengths and weaknesses, working together to complete quests, gain experience, find treasure and overcome to forces of evil. 

Saga of Heroes meets every 2 weeks on a Wednesday at Lake Haven Library from 4-5pm. 

Suitable for young people aged 12 to 17 years, no bookings required. 

Enquires: 4350 1570.

Kings of War

"The proof of battle is action.... No time for speeches now, it's time to fight!" - Homer, The Iliad

Kings of War is a tabletop wargame where each player takes control of an ‘army’ of fantasy miniatures, attempting to out manoeuvre and defeat each other in a fun and social environment. Command the fearsome Orcs or the cunning Elves, the stalwart Dwarves or the terrifying Undead and pit your strategy against all comers to help shape the future of our fantasy world.

Join us every four weeks on a Saturday at Tuggerah Library from 12-2.30pm. All ages are welcome and no bookings are required.

Enquiries: 4350 1560
 

Online

Britannica Library

Provides access to the full Encyclopaedia.

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Study Resources

In branch

Homework Help

Visit your nearest Branch (with your assignment question) or look at our Research and Study resources that are available 24/7.

Personal Interest Projects

Central Coast Libraries have a selection of award-winning projects for you to view. These items must beviewed in the Library and cannot be copied in any way. The projects are kept behind the counter.

Please see our library staff if you wish to view them.

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Last updated : Fri 7 May 2021