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August 5, 2021

During the COVID lockdown, Hunter’s Hill Council is bringing events to the community online.

On Thursdays the day starts with an online morning yoga session. Log in is from 7am.

Playgroup goes digital on Thursdays from 9.45am. Participants need to register beforehand, so they can receive a contactless delivery of craft kits for kids to enjoy during the session. (Available to residents of the Hunters Hill local government area only.)

Council is also gearing up to bring Young In Art to the community online in October. The digital exhibition will showcase the artwork of students from local schools.

Due to the ongoing COVID situation, the Hunters Hill Art Exhibition is postponed until February.

Unfortunately COVID has also forced the cancellation of the Moocooboola Festival this year.

For details of other online webinars and workshops, including Coping with COVID Seminars for Seniors and a Teach a Learner Driver workshop, visit the Council website events page.

Home Library Service and Library to Your Door programs are also providing contactless deliveries to residents across Hunters Hill.

More information about these offerings is available at: huntershill.nsw.gov.au/library-to-your-door.

Membership of The YARN library service also provides access to a huge selection of eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, eComics and film streaming through the Shorelink Digital Library (Hunters Hill residents should select Lane Cove as their Shorelink Library).

Kids can also enjoy online story time, through videos on the Facebook page of Hunter’s Hill Council’s library services partner Lane Cove Council.

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Hunter’s Hill Council

22 Alexandra Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
PO Box 21, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Tel: (02) 9879 9400

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