What's On at Yarra Libraries July to September

Tuesday 29 June 2021

We’re back with another jam-packed What’s On taking you through July - September with a mixture of COVID-safe in-person and online events, workshops and webinars. Check out our full brochure here featuring some of the following highlights.

For our avid readers out there we’ll be hosting a book talk event with the writer behind Growing Pineapples in the Outback, along with our usual programs The Short Story Club and The Write-In as well as lots more.

In the community and culture realm we’ve got another Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, and a guided rooftop garden mediation for RUOK Day. Meanwhile, if you’d like to come out of Winter with a few extra strings to your bow, we’ve also got an array of learning opportunities covering everything from updating your resume, creating a stitched Japanese Boro Bag, learning how to laser cut your own jewellery, and discovering the resources needed to find the history of your house.

And there’s plenty of fun for our younger members as well. We’ve got a special children's event at Collingwood Children's Farm for NAIDOC Week (normal entry fees for the farm apply), a reading with the author of picture book The Giant Spoon and our usual range of story times and STEAM Labs after school programs.

You may notice our event bookings look a little different this time around, and that’s because we’ve switched to Eventbrite making it easier for us to put on tons of great events for you. Update your bookmarks to our new events page, and if you’re on a mobile device the Eventbrite mobile app is a great way to browse events from us and other organisers in your area.

There’s even more events in our What’s On brochure, so be sure to grab a copy online or in person. And for the latest scoop on all our events and library news, subscribe to our e-newsletter here.


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