Can you guess how many bears are trapped in the glass cabinet?
At the GIANT Bear Hunt and National Simultaneous Story Time on Wednesday May 23rd 11am-12pm we will be taking entries and awarding prizes for the closest guess.
There's just over three weeks left to tell the Ministerial Advisory Council on Public Libraries what you want in tomorrow's library.
We had a grand time on Monday at Mill Park Library making beautiful flowers for Mothers Day.
I am sure it will be of extreme relief to all you flickr friday adoring fans that we are back in action. Though my calendar assures me it is not Friday today here is a photo from last weeks theme which was clouds.
My mother always said she wasn’t interesting in eating or cooking ‘fancy food’ as she termed it. She grew up in the War years, and in those days there wasn’t the access, let alone the funds to acquire, the vast array of ingredients we take for granted these days. Hence she learned to make good, wholesome meals with the minimum of fuss and with readily available ingredients.
We all wish you well with whatever you do in the future and we hope you know just how special you are to all the staff and library family.
Yarra Plenty Regional Library and publisher Wilkins Farago are delighted to host Italian author and illustrator, Davide Cali to launch their new program called Reading for Social Peace.
"Chess is the only game greater than its players"
Adapted from 'Chess' the musical.
Harry Potter and Ron Weasley have played it, so have Magneto and Professor X. Chess, the game of wit and luck that has been played for centuries.
Leefy the Clown from www.bundlesoffunforeveryone.com entertained us during the April School Holidays. The highlight for the children was the unpredictable limbo with a very long balloon.
Look out for the July School Holiday brochure coming out in June...