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.
Not only can you sign up for the Summer Reading Club at Mill Park Library and go into the main draw to win a ipad 2 but you can also enter our other fabulous competitions.
We have 2012 book bundle competition. Grab a bundle of books, find the entry form hidden inside and go in the draw to win your own bundle of books.
Meet Marlies Irvine-Tammes, the new Children's and Youth Services Librarian at Diamond Valley Library. You may have already caught her lively storytelling and singing during storytime at the library, but as you'll see below her melody making extends beyond the bounds of the library.
How long have you worked at YPRL?
Were you affected by the Christmas day floods in the Shire of Nillumbik?
Yarra Plenty Regional Library would like to record and preserve your photos and personal stories on our Wikinorthia: documenting life in Melbourne’s north website.
Happy New Year! Are you ready for a big, big year of reading in this the National Year of Reading? 2012 is shaping up to be a delicious smorgasbord of bookish events. We at Yarra Plenty Regional Library are very excited and have many great things bubbling away.
All branches will be closed for the Australia Day public holiday on Thursday 26 January.
All branches will resume normal opening hours on Friday 28 January.