07 May, 2007

May @ Your Library

Call into your local Branch library and pickup a Brochure for this months events, including Library Week which is part of Information Awareness Month.

The Theme for Library Week is 'Linking people with ideas @ your Library'.

Monday 21st May.
  • Australia's Biggest Morning Tea to support Cancer research at Thomastown Library, 10.30-12 noon.
  • Starting your Family history, Mill Park Library, 11-12 noon.
  • Your Health and wellbeing, naturally, Mill Park Library, 1-2.30pm.
  • Virtual Communities on the Internet, Diamond Valley Library, 6.30-8pm. Find out about 'Second Life'
  • Create your own Library Online at Rosanna Library, 7-8pm Bookings essential.

Tuesday 22nd May.

  • Break Dance Demonstration, Thomastown Library, 4-5pm. Win a Free Lesson.
  • Learn to juggle, Ivanhoe Library, 5-6pm.
  • Poetry : connect through language, Watsonia Library, 7-8pm. Bring your poems and hear Melbourne performance poet Myron Lysenko who will read a selection of his haiku poetry.
Wednesday 23rd May.

  • Teddy Bears picnic, Rosanna Library, 10.30-11.30am. An extended Tiny Tots session. Bring your teddy.
  • CSI Mill Park Library : Criminologist presentation, 6.30-7.30pm. What does go on in the mind of a criminal? Refreshments provided.
  • Brain Gym : a workout for the mind, Diamond Valley Library, 7-8pm.

Thursday 24th May.
  • Australia's biggest morning tea, Ivanhoe Library, 10-12 noon.
  • Mill Park Library 10-12 noon
  • Book Discussion, Rosanna Library, 1.30-3pm.
  • Mystery Cooking Demonstration, Eltham Library 2-4pm. Ingredients from a mystery bag of groceries.
  • Wee Willie Bedtime storytime, Rosanna Library 6.30-7.30pm, Dress up as a book character, stories, songs and an activity.

  • Paul Mealing, Thomastown Library, Monday 21st May, 6.30-7.30pm. Meet the author of Elvene: the Kiri myth of Ocean Woman, a sci-fi/fantasy novel.

  • Tony Harrington, Eltham Library, Wednesday 23rd May, 7-8pm. Discussing his recent book 'You can do anything'.

Coming up in June:

Shane Maloney @ Diamond Valley in partnership with the Eltham Bookshop. Shane will discuss his new book 'Sucked in'. A perfect night out for crime buffs.
Tuesday 12th June, 7-8pm.
$4 entry (wine and supper included)

Law Week
also occurs in May, with a host of FREE EVENTS.

Diamond Valley Library will be holding an Internet class on Finding legal Information on the Internet. Friday 18th May, 10-11am.

Bookings are essential for most program see your branch for details.

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