Customers must wear masks, sign in and follow physical distancing guidelines when accessing service centres, i-SITES and libraries. At Te Ahu Kaitāia a My Vaccine Pass is required from Friday 3 December. Council services here include the service centre, i-SITE, library and Museum @ Te Ahu. From 10 January vaccine passes will be required at all service centres, i-SITEs and libraries.
The Kaikohe Library is located in the aptly named Library Square, right in the heart of the town. It is open 9-5 on weekdays, and until 1pm on Saturdays.
With a recently updated interior and refreshed layout the library is a welcoming space for locals and visitors to this historic Far North town.
The library has a large New Zealand collection, and also holds the specialist Fen Barrett Collection. As well as free public internet and Wi-Fi, low cost photocopying, printing and scanning services and the library offers a range of programmes, including Storytime and Bookchat, JP services and Spark Jump.
The Library has a small bookable meeting room and hosts local artwork exhibitions. Customers can also take time out of their day and connect over our in-house board games, guitar, art markers, Lego and other toys for children.
A special feature of the Kaikohe Library are mosaics by the local artist Margaret Coupe.
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Our Toi Box collection is a range of different digital and STEAM resources that library patrons can borrow.