What's On 

Our latest What's On program for October-December is here!

Stage 4 restrictions haven't stopped us putting on a yet another stellar line-up of online events to round out the year.

📘Join Andrea Goldsmith in-conversation with author Jacqueline Kent as they discuss her latest book, Vida: A Woman for our Time, about trailblazer Vida Goldstein - one of Australia's most celebrated crusaders for women's rights. The Yarra Libraries Podcast will also spotlight children's author, Adrian Beck and revisit some previously un-aired recordings of author talks held earlier in the year.

📝From writing cover letters to nailing that interview, making effective presentations and improving your CV, our Get Job Ready courses continue to provide practical and skills-based tips to get you back on your feet, back into the workforce and into your next job. We'll also help you write a professional bio for your Linkedin profile.

⚔️Do you like Books & Barbarians? Lore & Learning? Introducing Side Quests, our take on geeky programs that celebrate the hobbies you love.
From indie video game development to cosplay to pretending to be an elf – it’s all fair game. No matter your multiverse, there’s something for all you Geeks & Goblins. Create your quest-line and choose-your-own adventure today!

🧘🧠In recognition of World Mental Health Day (10 October), we've partnered with organisations like Headspace, Volunteering Victoria and local yogini Rachel Hanharan to bring you a series of workshops, podcasts and videos to help clear, sharpen and relax your mind. Join us for meditation exercises, slow stitching and a workshop on the benefits of eSports.

Download the What's On OCT-DEC program here (PDF) to see what other FREE programs we have coming up, or view an accessible event listing here.

Registrations are still required for many events; please note some events may be recorded and made available as a podcast or video recording. If you do not wish to be recorded, please notify the program facilitator at the start of the session.

For more information about online programs and to notify us of any accessibility requirements, please contact us.