Library Services

All Get Connected EventsOctober and November in the Libraries 

October events are filling fast, and bookings are now open for our November events program.

Check out all the [untitled] happenings , as well as our extensive range of Get Connected sessions and the ever-popular regular events.

 > Check out the Library Events page to discover What's On  \

Libraries closed for Melbourne Cup Day

Stonnington Libraries will be closed on Tuesday 4 November for the Melbourne Cup Day public holiday.

Items may be returned through the after hours chutes while the libraries are closed.

UntitledStonnington Libraries will hold its third annual literary festival - [untitled]: our writers, readers and stories, from 21-26 November 2014.  

The festival will feature talks by well-known authors, a writing competition and much more!

The writing competition is open NOW and the full festival program has launched! > Explore the program here

What's your story writing competition

‘What’s your story?’ is a short story and poetry writing competition and is part of Stonnington Libraries’ annual literary festival,[untitled]: our writers, readers and storiesThe theme of the competition is YOU!  

Send in a short story or poem inspired by your own life experiences, and be in to win!  >  View competition details and enter online 

Technology Upgrade

The implementation of new Print services across the Libraries is almost complete. Existing services are continuing to be affected at some branches.   

> Visit the Technology Upgrade page for more info

eResources  - Safari Tech & Business eBooks

Safari Books Online's on-demand digital library provides access to over 35470 technology, creative, and business books from leading publishers. Browse and search across topics including mobile development, games programming and digital media.  > More info

Visit the eResources page to also discover:

Local History

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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