Newtown Library is located just off King Street, in an historic building known as the Salvation Army Citadel. Built in 1883, the building was renovated to house the library in 1995.
Storytime is a fun session of storytelling and craft for pre-schoolers that fosters an early love of reading and develops literacy skills and social interaction in readiness for school.
Rhymetime is a lapsit program for babies that combine rhymes, music, singing and puppets to develop early literacy skills.
Storytime and Rhymetime are held every Monday during school term.