As part of Y Read this summer Mill Park Library will be hosting a free Manga/Anime workshop for Teens. Come join us and learn how to draw your favourite manga. Thursday 19 January 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm. Bookings Essential.
Home Harvest Regional Feast at Diamond Valley Library in conjunction with Nillumbik Council!
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Do you feel like catching up on some holiday reading for the Summer Reading Club?
Drop in to the Diamond Valley Library where the reading tent is set up and ready, waiting for you!
Merry Christmas from all the staff and volunteers at Mill Park Library.
Sticky is very excited! he has just finished his second book!
Stanley's Stick, by John Hegley and Neal Layton.
Look who has caught the reading bug! The lovely Alessia and Joshua signed up for the Summer Reading Club at Mill Park Library last week.
The fire is lit and Max and the Monsters are eagerly waiting for the Stories around the camp fire to begin.
Where the Wild things are, by Maurice Sendak
Bunyips Don't, by Sally Odgers
The three Kangaroo Gruff, by Kel Richards
Tie me kangaroo down sport
Home amongst the Gumtrees
Some years ago when I first started researching my own family history my mother asked me to research the author of some war letters which had been written to her mother. It turns out that before she married she was a nanny employed by a Kilmore poultry farmer Richard Camm for his son Dick. These letters were from Dick. Captain Richard Camm had served in World War One- Gallipoli, 3rdLight Horse Regiment, the Imperial Camel Corps and Australian Flying Corps. Both Richard and his son Dick would join the 2/2ndPioneer Battalion on the outbreak of
Santa entertained 65 children and their parents at Rosanna Library on the 9th December. There were screams of delight (and a few from fear...) as he drove his motorbike through the entry doors and into the Picture Book area.