Frankston library will be closed for refurbishment from 7pm on Friday 3 June 2022 and will reopen in late July 2022. The closure will allow new carpet to be laid throughout the library, and new shelving to enable better access to the valued library collections.
The parking fees for Frankston Arts Centre Carpark have changed.
Published on 30 November 2021
Frankston City Council, in association with local charity Frankston Life Community, is encouraging residents to support our local community by gifting non-perishable food items to the Christmas Giving Tree in the Frankston Library.
We welcome donations of quality non-perishable food items to be placed under the Christmas Giving Tree. Food items suitable for donation include: canned fruit or vegetables, packets of cereal, pasta, rice, cookies and pre-cooked desserts (for example; puddings, fruit cake, mince pies) containers of jams, spreads and sauces. (No alcohol please).
Frankston Life Community will again be holding community lunches to enable those people who are alone or doing it tough to share a festive meal together on Christmas Day. Your donations will be made into gift hampers and distributed by Frankston Life Community at the Lunch, as well as through its community welfare partners, to ensure that no one goes without this Christmas.
The Giving Tree is located in the Frankston Library at 60 Playne Street, Frankston with donations accepted from Friday 18th November, right through to Wednesday 22nd December.