October and November in the Libraries
Get ready for the [untitled] Literary Festival (18-26 November), bookings are open now!
Also join us on October 24 at the Phoenix Park Community Centre for an extra-special Book Sale, part of the National Garage Sale Trail.
> Check out the Library Events page to discover What's On.
Literary Festival - [untitled]: our writers, readers and stories
18 - 26 November
Stonnington’s annual Literary Festival, [untitled]: our writers, readers and stories, is back and features a range of events and literary voices.
All of our events are free so plan to come to as many as you can. Bookings now open!
> Discover the program and book now!
Libraries closed for Melbourne Cup Holiday
Stonnington Libraries will be closed on Tuesday 3 November for the Melbourne Cup public holiday.
Items may be returned through the after hours chutes while the libraries are closed. Regular hours resume on Wednesday 4 November.
Tablet Tutor Technology Program
With assistance from primary, secondary or tertiary students, we are currently offering hands-on sessions that enable older community members to engage with tablet technology.
> How to get involved and more information.
eResources - Health and Wellness Resource Centre
Are you looking for reliable health information? The Health and Wellness Resource Centre can help.
The Health and Wellness Resource Centre contains fact sheets, articles and videos on many different diseases and conditions such as obesity and cancer. > Access Now
Visit the eResources page to also discover:
New book : Suburbs at War
This richly illustrated history Suburbs at War: the Cities of Malvern and Prahran during the Great War is a new book written by historian Helen Doyle. It was commissioned by the City of Stonnington to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
> More information on Suburbs at War and the WW1 Centenary
For information relating to the history of the City of Stonnington, visit the Stonnington History pages on this site. Alternatively, go straight through to search the local history catalogue.
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