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LGIAsuper Community Hub: CityLibraries

Where: Western forecourt, 1300SMILES Stadium
When: Friday 23 August, 5:45pm – 8pm
What's on:
• Community organisation: CityLibraries
• Join as a LGIAsuper Howdy Club member: as a member you can scan your Howdy Club card to claim your Howdy Hat.
• Free kids' activities, thanks to Amusements Plus!

CityLibraries have been serving the Townsville community for over 80 years and have a special initiative, called Dad's Read, that they will be sharing at the LGIAsuper Community Hub.

Located in the Western forecourt, the LGIAsuper Community Hub hosts not-for-profit organisations throughout the season to help them raise awareness for their cause.

Dad's Read, an early childhood literacy initiative by the State Library of Queensland, promotes family literacy and provides tips and support to fathers, in reading to their children.

The CityLibraries team will be in the LGIAsuper Community Hub to offer advice to families and fathers about reading, learning through play, and other CityLibraries Townsville programs for children aged 0-5 years of age.

The CityLibraries team are all supporters of the Cowboys, with one of the team – Michelle - a Cowboys member. Michelle is described as 'Townsville's biggest Cowboys fan' and is looking forward to being a part of JT's final game on home turf.

LGIAsuper is the Official Superannuation Partner of the North Queensland Cowboys. We're committed to supporting local communities and our valued members as they build towards a better financial future.
Find out how easy it is to join a winning team by contacting 1800 444 396 or visit

CityLibraries has been serving the Townsville community for 80 years, with three branches across the city and a mobile service. CityLibraries provide free access to a range of print and digital resources and programs that support recreation, learning and leisure. Find out more at

Acknowledgement of Country

North Queensland Cowboys respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.