Calling all artists, craftspeople, writers and colouring-in fans.
You still have time to enter a creation in the cultural precinct's Spring into September exhibition.
There's colouring-in for three age groups, including seniors/young at heart, and the library is also running a writing competition - write a poem, a limerick, a short story, an essay.
Entries are due on Friday, September 18, and winners in all categories of the colouring-in and writing competition will be announced at the launch of the exhibition Spring into September exhibition opening on Friday, September 25 at 1pm.
Entry forms for the writing and colouring-in pages are available at the library - it's fun and it's free, so join in.
Plenty of new books have been added to the stocks this week.
For younger readers there's How to make a shark smile: how a positive mindset spreads happiness by Shaun Achor and Amy Blankson - a nice story, beautifully illustrated, with notes for parents and teachers at the back.
Another laugh-aloud book is Dharma the llama by Matt Cosgrove. Dharma loves reading and dares to be different.
I'll always be older than you is an excellent book to give to siblings who are expecting a new family member.
By the billabong by Maura Finn and Cate James is a fun rhyming book about Australian animals.
Books for the adult library include Cattlemen in pearls: celebrating women in agriculture, and Scotty's top Aussie sheds by Scott Cam where sheds range from simple buildings to temples of art and collectables.
Trouble sleeping? Try Mindfulness for Insomnia: a four week guided programme to relax your body, calm your mind, and get the sleep you need. And if you still can't sleep, try this book: Jane Packer's flower course: easy techniques for fabulous flower arranging.
James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge have written another Detective Bennett thriller Alert and Say no more by Karen Rose is 'high-wire suspense that keeps you riveted'.
See you soon at the library.