‘Love Letters to Libraries’ was the theme for this year’s National Library Lovers Day and these were received in bulk when Frankston City Libraries invited people to give feedback through a customer satisfaction survey.
Easter is coming and so are the Frankston City Libraries Easter School Holiday activities!
Book Buddies is a new program at Carrum Downs Library for children in grades prep, 1, 2 and 3 who love books, reading, crafts, puzzles, and games.
Local stories by local authors feature in this year’s line-up of Frank Talks at Frankston City Libraries.
Julie Prendergast’s debut novel, The Earth Does Not Get Fat, is a powerful story of family trauma set in the shadows of Blairgowrie, a beach village near Melbourne.
AMES Australia in conjunction with Frankston City Libraries offer Job Ready programs to help Jobseekers improve their employability and job search skills.
You can borrow the Federation Handbells for public or private events, local festivals, school programs, commemorative occasions and performances.
Suitable for anyone who has had minimal experience in utilising computers.
Join Australian Hearing for a chat about your hearing and a free hearing screening.
Join us for the Frankston City Council's Block Party in the Library Forecourt as part of the Big Picture Fest.
Code Club teaches children basic programing by showing them how to make computer games, animations and websites. We will be focusing on Scratch for Beginners
Enjoy our Intro to Sketching workshop facilitated by Irene Crusca.