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Check out what's happening at Frankston City Libraries and other things in the lands of books, films and family fun.

Thursday 9 July 2020

Library Temporary Closure

Frankston City Libraries are closed though our return chutes are currently open. Access eBooks, eAudiobooks, music and films online with your library card.

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Wednesday 24 June 2020

Research your family history from home

You can access Ancestry Library Edition from the comfort of your own home until the end of July.

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Monday 22 June 2020

Autumn Book Binge

EXTENDED! Join us for the 2020 Autumn Book Binge...through WINTER! It's easy to play – download your bingo entry form and get reading. You can also collect a game card from Frankston, Carrum Downs or Seaford libraries.

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Wednesday 3 June 2020

Free film streaming with Kanopy

Access more than 30,000 of the world’s best films with Kanopy for FREE with your library card

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Wednesday 3 June 2020

Write Idea

We’re inviting kids aged 4-18 years to submit a written piece based on the theme of ‘The Time We Stayed Home’. Let your imagination run wild!

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Thursday 28 May 2020

FrankTALKs

Catch up on our FrankTALKs on our YouTube channel.

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Thursday 28 May 2020

25 Years on Playne Street

Take a walk down memory lane with us as Frankston Library celebrates 25 years of being on Playne Street.

Thursday 28 May 2020

Colouring Pages

Are you missing our libraries? Enjoy some mindful colouring with our library colouring pages.

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Wednesday 13 May 2020

LEGO Club Online

We are thrilled to announce a brick-tastic way to connect with your fellow LEGO friends and our super popular LEGO Club. The Frankston City Libraries LEGO Club Facebook Group is now live!

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Thursday 7 May 2020

Reading Hints from Kerry

Kerry is a Family Literacy Resource Officer at Frankston City Libraries and has some great hints for reading to your baby. See how important it is to engage through literacy at a young age.

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