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.
Local stories by local authors feature in this year’s line-up of Frank Talks at Frankston City Libraries.
This February Frankston City Libraries invites you to tell us what you think.
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.
Come and join us for an information session explaining how to use MyGov and find a simple and secure way to access government online services.
As a part of the Ventana Fiesta we present the Trilogy of South American Women by Kathy Aguirre
There are many paths to finding your family history andthe library is the perfect place to explore your story.
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.