Our library programs are coming to an end for 2018. Our branches will be closed over the festive season. We wish all our customers a safe and happy time and will see you in the new year.
Releasing their memoir, Finding Nevo, on gender and sexuality at the age of 21, Nevo is unafraid to delve into difficult and often taboo topics while remaining relatable and engaging.
Entertain the kids these school holidays at Frankston City Libraries! We have a jam-packed January coming your way.
From the real to the imagined, from microscopic to megafauna, children and young people will be encouraged to explore and connect with a curiosity of creatures at Frankston Libraries as part of the annual Summer Reading Challenge.
Frankston City Council in partnership with Frankston Life is encouraging residents to support their local community by donating a gift and placing it under the Christmas Tree at Frankston Library.
The Libraries Change Lives initiative commences this month at Frankston to highlight the economic and social benefits public libraries bring to the state, and to our region.
You can borrow the Federation Handbells for public or private events, local festivals, school programs, commemorative occasions and performances.
Learn to identify distinctions between poems best suited for page or stage.
Use colourful metallic foil to create a beautiful picture.
Come along and enjoy creating sand art pictures. Material provided.