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.
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.