Sunshine Coast Libraries are excited to announce the launch of Library Lovers, a monthly digital event hosted by bestselling author Maya Linnell. This is a light-hearted engaging hour talking books. The live online event is interactive and library members are encouraged to ask questions of Maya and the guests.
Each month Maya Linnell will invite a series of guests onto the program: an author, a lifestyle expert and a local librarian. The first event features a star-studded line-up including longstanding cookbook author and radio host Sally Wise OAM, ‘Money Magazine’ editor-in-chief, Michelle Baltazar and Riverina Regional Library outreach and promotions co-ordinator, Amy Heap. No registrations required.
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|Wednesday 18 May, 7pm (AEST)
with Maya and Libby
Register your interest to attend.
Sally Wise OAM
Sally Wise OAM is a living legend of home cooking. She was the 2019 Tasmanian Senior Australian of the Year, and is known as 'Tasmania's favourite nan' for her popular cooking school set in the picturesque Derwent Valley, bestselling cookbooks and decades-long regular spot on ABC Radio.
Michelle Baltazar is an author, finance journalist and editor. She is the executive director - media at Rainmaker Group, which publishes Money Magazine, The Sustainability Report, Industry Moves and Financial Standard. She is also the editor-in-chief of Money Magazine.
Amy Heap is the outreach and promotions co-ordinator at Riverina Regional Library. Riverina Regional Libraries provides library services to approximately 137,845 constituents of 10 local government areas, those being the shires of Bland, Coolamon, Cootamundra-Gundagai, Federation, Greater Hume, Junee, Lockhart, Temora, Snowy Valleys and the City of Wagga Wagga. The service consists of 19 stationary library branches and a mobile library spread over an area of 47,830 sq km (which is around 70% of the total area of Tasmania and 6% of the total area of NSW).