Thanks to the efforts of our Summer Reading Club finger knitting group, the giant woollen web is entangling more and more of Mill Park Library.
The Genealogy In Time Magazine website has released a Top 100 popular websites list. This is a worldwide collection but with a USA bias. This list can also be downloaded as a handy PDF file.
An overdue library book was returned to us today in the post.
Arriving in an anonymous envelope, smothered in 5 cent stamps and addressed to “Heidelberg Regional Library". We are delighted to have our prodigal library book returned but had to laugh when we looked at the due date.
No, giant ants have not taken over Mill Park Library, we just wanted to get your attention and invite you to a movie night. On Thursday 19 January at 6.30 pm, we will be screening the movie Antz .So come along with your friends and bring a comfy cushion or beanbag and spend the evening with us!. Popcorn and cordial will be provided.
Through the introduction of The National Broadband Network (NBN) the Federal Government aims to improve your access to health services, education, job opportunities and a variety of other government and business services. Yarra Plenty Regional Library and the City of Whittlesea are proposing to establish a Digital Hub at Mill Park library to provide local residents with information and training to demonstrate how you can benefit from the exciting opportunities presented by the NBN.
Author Susan Shore delivered a compelling talk at the library on Wednesday 16 November. Susan spoke about her book Death, Our Last Illusion: A Scientific and Spiritual Probing of Consciousness through Death. She discussed the ways science denies our common experiences around death.
You can listen to or download the entire talk by clicking here.