What a fantastic load of fun was had at Lalor Library today with CARP Productions performing their Magic Circus Show! Whoopsie the Clown and Mr Dingaling the Ring Master hosted a variety of characters who kept children and adults engaged for an hour. One girl was overheard saying that "This is the best circus show ever!".
The National Library of Australia is pleased to announce the following new titles which have been added to Digitised newspapers and more on Trove. Many of these newspapers are currently being added to Trove and further issues will become available shortly.
New South Wales
The Biz (Fairfield, NSW : 1928 - 1954)
The Dawn (Sydney, NSW : 1888 - 1905)
"My studio looks out onto stone walls and a wooded area filled with wildlife. The chipmunk's natural curiosity made him the perfect star for this nighttime quest and for the surroundings to become the story's stage.
Get your knitting needles out and go undercover with Yarra Plenty Regional Library. We'll be knitting some bookish graffiti and surprising passersby in the Banyule and Nillumbik area.
During the April 2012 School Holiday program at Watsonia Library there was no more room to make bead clowns. The table stretched to eternity and was covered with beads, pipe cleaners, bells, paint and ribbon. The children left with their "At the Circus" craft to hang on bags, door handles or off lights.
Happy Easter from the staff at Mill Park Library. We hope you have a safe and fun holiday.
Welcome to paranormal discussions.
This group meets at Mill Park Library on the second Wednesday of the month and the attendance is about 500. Ten physical people and 400 spirits, as I was told. We tried to add that to our gate count but didn't quite work out.