The Bathurst Mobile Library has added a regular stop to its schedule and will now visit the Kelso Community Hub once a month.
Children, families and individuals are invited to pop down and say hello to the library staff during the visit on the last Tuesday of each month from 3.30pm-4.30pm.
The van has a variety of items suitable for all ages to borrow, as well as the expert assistance of library staff to access information and other library services.
Bathurst Library manager Patou Clerc welcomes the opportunity to engage with community members and users of the Hub.
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"Our friendly library staff will be available to provide library services from the great location of the Kelso Community Hub," she said.
"With a library membership comes free access to thousands of physical and online resources, as well as help with information enquiries and online educational tools."
The Mobile Library service at the Kelso Community Hub started in February and the next visit will be on Tuesday, March 30.
The library van can be seen regularly around town as it visits library members house-bound or living in aged care facilities. The van also regularly visits schools in villages around Bathurst including Wattle Flat, Sofala, Hill End, Trunkey Creek and Rockley.
For more information about any of the Library services, please call the library on 6333 6281.
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