Due to Christmas shutdown and staff availability, duty planning services with cease from 12pm Friday 15 December 2023 and will begin again from Monday 8 January 2024.
Get one-on-one technology assistance or join one of our classroom sessions with Tech Savvy Seniors!
Book Clubs are a great way to meet people and share the love of reading. You can come along to one of our regular book clubs or make use of our many kits to start a club and meet in the Library or at a venue and time of your own choosing.
The Library runs a range of children's and school holiday programs year round.
Whether you are a seasoned baker or a rookie cook, Singleton Library's cake tin collection is available to all library members ready for your next birthday or special occasion.
Free access to computers and WiFi is available at for all members of the Singleton community and visitors to the area.
Do you need assistance with reading and writing? We can help. Trained tutors are available at the Library for free to assist adults with learning to read, spell and write.
Singleton Public Library operates a Home Library Service for those members who are temporarily or permanently housebound.
Singleton Public Library provides access to a range of resources to aid your local history research, both in-house and online.
From 3D printers to virtual reality, Singleton Library is encouraging people of all ages to embrace new and emerging technology with a collection of a different kind to inspire creativity, exploration and discovery.
Over 500, games and puzzles are available through the Singleton Toy Library for a three week loan period.
The Summer Reading Challenge encourages reading over the summer holidays, use of library spaces, resources and collections to enrich the lives of children, young people and families.
Grow borrowed seeds, harvest them and return some seeds for others to borrow.
The Singleton Public Library Gallery space is available for local artists and community groups to exhibit their work.
Universities of the Third Age, or U3As as they are more often called, are voluntary, non-profit organisations which aim to offer older people low-cost educational opportunities operating in a pleasant and supportive social setting.