Several Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council services and events have been closed or postponed due to coronavirus restrictions.
The monthly council ordinary meeting will go ahead this week, Mayor Tim Overall announced.
LIBRARIES, MUSEUMS, AND SPORT
Queanbeyan-Palerang Libraries will be closed to the public until further notice; library programs and events suspended; and the toy library is not available. Their e-Library resources (including e-Books, e-Audio and e-Magazines) and mobile services continue to operate. So do the Ask a Librarian and the Home Library services.
The library will look at other ways to deliver library materials to the community. New members are welcome; loans have been extended to 3 months, and the number of items increased from 20 to 30. For more information, visit https://library.qprc.nsw.gov.au/ or call 6285 6255.
The Queanbeyan and Braidwood & District historical museums have shut, and Indoor Sports and Aquatics at the Queanbeyan Indoor Pool have ended.
The curtain has fallen on the Q - Performing Arts Centre's autumn season.
Contact the Box Office on 6285 6290 for any concerns.
25 April - ANZAC Day: Legacy has cancelled the Dawn Service, and the RSL has cancelled the march, addresses, and wreath-laying ceremonies.
* indicates events run by Council. Other events receive varying levels of support from Council.
QPRC Youth team are closely following and responding to COVID-19 health and government regulations, to limit the potential spread in our community and maintain the safety of young people.
Program start dates and links will soon be confirmed.
Friendly staff are available to answer any of your questions: please contact Kelly Rivas (team leader) on 0466 409 896.
The bushfire recovery centre in the Old Braidwood Library is closed to face-to-face sessions but still available for advice on 6285 6789 or email: email@example.com
Council will continue to conduct community bushfire recovery meetings, supplemented with video updates and online communications. Outreach services will also continue.
Only genuinely interested adoption prospects may enter the facility. No out of region customers (ACT and Queanbeyan /Palerang residents only). Visitors must sanitise hands before entering and on leaving. No cash; card only payments accepted.
Volunteer walking and running of seized, surrendered or found animals is suspended.
No surrenders are accepted for at least six weeks.
For those residents who were notified via mail of a clean-up service for rural residents this coming Saturday, this clean-up has been cancelled due to the risks of COVID-19 for attendees and staff.
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