And from our Bolinda service...
Do you attend libraries for author talks, storytelling, book groups, festivals, local history and other cultural events and activities? Want to see more of these at your local library?
Have your say in The Cultural Benefits of Victorian Public Libraries Survey and help make a difference in the future of your community services.
The Spring Carnival of Reading has started at Ivanhoe Library.
All you need do is read a horse or racing related book, write a short review and you could win the champion’s trophy. Just look at some of the suitable choices on our Overdrive service…
Have you ever seen a fairy or troll house? These are miniature homes that have been constructed with natural and recycled materials. This craft is limited only by your imagination, so be transported to a world of enchantment while bringing out the architect in your child.
Watsonia Library, Thursday 26 September 11.00am. Booking essential.
This news from Overdrive for iPhone and iPad users:
“Apple released iOS 7 yesterday and many Apple users may have upgraded their device(s) or will be upgrading in the near future.
In a nutshell ...
Geocaching is a free real-world outdoor treasure hunt. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using a smartphone or hand-held GPS and can then share their experiences online. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates to find the Geocache (container) hidden at that location.
Geocaching: A Treasure Hunt
Tuesday 15 October
The answer is simple; come to Lalor Library this school holidays.
Wednesday 25 September
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
We are making wands, we are making Wizard hats, we are making a mess!
Magical Toy Stories
Thursday 3 October
The Cookbook of Unknown Ladies: curious recipes and hidden histories from the Westminster City Archives is a blog project showcasing an item from its collection.
The Spring Carnival of Reading will be off on 22 September and running until 4 November 2013 at Ivanhoe Library. Winners will be announced Wednesday 6 November.
To enter, read and write a short review of at least one horse or horse racing themed, fiction or non-fiction book - you could win the champions trophy!
Selected entries will be featured on this blog and all ages are welcome to enter.