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.
Award-winning local general practitioner Dr Mrin Nayagam takes you on a journey with her patients who have overcome the odds in the face of serious medical conditions or traumatic events.
In support of the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence campaign, Frankston City Council invites you to a lunchtime session to explore women’s diverse experiences of gender inequality.
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.
Local stories by local authors feature in this year’s line-up of Frank Talks at Frankston City Libraries.
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.
We can help you with some of the basics for your iPad or Android tablet.
Frankston Library is extending the opening hours for this special event. Come along to enjoy a Christmas story time, craft activity, and face painting with Faerie Crystall.
Enjoy our Intro to Sketching workshop facilitated by Irene Crusca.
Discover your own history at Frankston Library.