Kenwick Library


Built of rammed earth in 1993, Kenwick Library incorporates a beautiful courtyard with shaded seating areas, the perfect place to relax with your library book, read the paper, or catch up with friends!

Kenwick Public Library, 80 Kenwick Road Kenwick WA 6107
9397 3099
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Kenwick Library stocks around 18,000 items, provides access to many resources and offers various services and programs for adults, children, and teens throughout the year.

The majority of library services require you to be a member but the good news is that it’s free to join!

What’s on @ Kenwick Library

There are numerous free activities and programs throughout the year for babies and children through to adults and seniors. Check out the What’s on @ your library page, or you can search via the Events listing.

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Computer Zone

This area includes free Internet and PC access for library members. Printing and photocopying is also available for a small charge.

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Children's Area

Kids will have a great time in the children's collection. There are all sorts of items available for loan as well as many programs your child is welcome to attend.

A Wii gaming console and lots of games to play are available within the library. Library members may book the Wii for an hour (conditions apply). Tournaments and contests are held throughout the year, details of the next session will be placed on the What’s on @ your library page, or you can search for it via the Events listing.

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Book Club at Kenwick Library

Book Club at your library

Have you ever reached the end of a great book and wished you had someone to talk about it with? Then you need to join Kenwick Book Club.

Join other enthusiastic readers to discuss new and exciting books and add a richness and diversity to your reading experience.

Sessions run on the last Wednesday of each month, 6.30-7.45pm at the Kenwick Library.

If this time doesn't suit you, there are alternative sessions available at our other libraries.

Suitable for: Adults, 
Crafternoon at Kenwick Library

If you’re a craft enthusiast or just starting out, the community craft group at Kenwick Library is the place to get stuck into your latest craft project, socialise with other people and be inspired.

The twice-monthly meetings are a great way to dedicate time to your crafting while you chat and enjoy a cuppa.

Participants must supply their own materials and tools for personal projects.

Sessions are on the first and third Monday of each month from 1pm to 3pm.

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Fees: Free - no bookings necessary
Suitable for: Adults, Seniors, 
Family Rhyme Time at Kenwick Library

Family Rhyme Time (Ages 0 - 2 years)

The Family Rhyme Time Program uses rhymes, songs and stories to foster positive communication, enjoyable interaction and fun times between parents and children. Parents register to attend the program which runs during the school term to learn the pleasure and magic of storytelling, nursery rhymes, lullabies and songs which are shared at the group sessions with their baby or toddler.

Sessions are free and run weekly during school term only. For more information about this program contact Kenwick Library on 9397 3099.

Parents please note that under the Children and Community Services Act, children under 6 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.

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Suitable for: Families, Infants, Children, 
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Storytime at Kenwick Library

Storytime at your library

And they all lived happily ever after....

Enjoy songs, stories, nursery rhymes and craft activities. These fantastic story time sessions for pre-school children are a special treat for mums, dads and grandparents as well.

Sessions are free, and run weekly on Mondays from 9.30 - 10am (except during school holidays).

No bookings necessary.

For more information about this program contact Young People's Library Services.

Parents please note that under the Children and Community Services Act, children under 6 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.

See the links below to discover what else the libraries offer young people. If you would like to receive information about library events and services by email, you can sign up for the e-newsletter.

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Fees: Free - no bookings necessary
Suitable for: Infants, Children, 
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You and Me – Movement Class
When: Tuesday 4 August, 9.30AM - 10.30AM

Explore the world with movement.

Fees: This is a free Families Week event.
Suitable for: Adults, Infants, Children, 
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Candle Making at Kenwick
When: Monday 17 August, 6.00PM - 7.30PM

Participants will make their very own candle in this fun, hands on workshop. Keep it for yourself or give it away as a delightful gift.

Fees: Free, but bookings are essential.
Suitable for: Teenagers, Families, Adults, Seniors, 
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Cleaning with Chemistry
When: Thursday 20 August, 10.30AM - 11.30AM

Learn about natural alternatives to toxic and expensive cleaners that are cheap and environmentally friendly.

Fees: This is a free event, bookings are essential.
Suitable for: Adults, Seniors, 
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Explore abstract acrylic painting
When: Saturday 12 September, 10.30AM - 12.00PM

A creative and fun workshop for painters and non painters alike.

Fees: Free, but bookings are essential
Suitable for: Adults, Seniors, 
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Walk the Bibbulmun Track
When: Wednesday 30 September, 6.00PM - 7.30PM

Have all your questions answered by the foundation’s lead guide for bush walking and camping.

Fees: Free, but bookings are essential.
Suitable for: Adults, 
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