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Sat
08
May
Event

In-person FrankTALK and book launch with Rebecca Fraser and Kathryn Hore

Date

08 May 2021 08 May 2021

Time

2pm to 3pm

Location

Frankston Library

Cost

FREE
Please joins us for an in-person FrankTALK and book launch with authors Rebecca Fraser and Kathryn Hore. Rebecca will be launching Coralesque and other tales to disturb and distract, while Kathryn will launch The Wildcard.
Mon
10
May
Program

Storytime

Date

10 May 2021 14 May 2021

Time

Varied

Location

All Branches

Cost

FREE
Storytime is back.. You will need to book. Bookings open every Thursday morning for the following week.
Mon
10
May
Event

FrankTALK with Hugh Mackay: The Kindness Revolution

Date

10 May 2021 10 May 2021

Time

6pm

Location

Other

Cost

Free
This May, Frankston City Libraries is proud to present social researcher, Hugh Mackay at the Frankston Arts Centre to speak about his latest book, The Kindness Revolution. Hugh knows how to bring out the best in ourselves and in our society, in both good and troubled times. Hugh’s latest release, The Kindness Revolution, is not so much a book as a call for a revolution!
Thu
13
May
Event

In-person FrankTALK: Katherine Firkin

Date

13 May 2021 13 May 2021

Time

1pm to 2pm

Location

Frankston Library

Cost

FREE
Please joins us for an in-person FrankTALK with crime thriller author and journalist, Katherine Firkin. The Girl Remains is a chilling police thriller set on our very own Mornington Peninsula, where the discovery of human bones on an isolated beach has reawakened a twenty-year-old cold case.
Sat
15
May
Program

Saturday Storytime at Frankston

Date

15 May 2021 26 Jun 2021

Time

10.30am - 11am

Location

Frankston Library

Cost

FREE
Saturday storytime is back at Frankston Library. Bookings essential.
Mon
17
May
Event

In-person FrankTALK with Meg Keneally

Date

17 May 2021 17 May 2021

Time

1pm to 2pm

Location

Frankston Library

Cost

FREE
We’re excited to welcome Meg Keneally to the FrankTALK series. Please join us at Frankston Library as Meg chats about her newest release, The Wreck.
Thu
20
May
Event

Family History Online Resources workshop via Zoom

Date

20 May 2021 20 May 2021

Time

10.30am to 11.30am

Location

via Zoom

Cost

FREE
There's never been a better time to research your family tree. To learn about the online resources available to you, please join us for a workshop via Zoom.
Thu
20
May
Event

In-person FrankTALK with Kirsty Manning

Date

20 May 2021 20 May 2021

Time

12.30pm to 1.30pm

Location

Frankston Library

Cost

Free
Bestselling author, Kirsty Manning, joins us for a FrankTALK to discuss her latest release, The French Gift. A World War II story of female friendship, longing and sacrifice through war and loss, bringing together the present and the past.
Sat
22
May
Event

The Street Law Coffee Van visits Frankston Library

Date

22 May 2021 22 May 2021

Time

10am to 1pm

Location

Frankston Library

Cost

FREE
Law Week is fast approaching and this year, the team from Peninsula Community Legal Centre will be visiting the Frankston Library with the Street Law Coffee Van for FREE coffee and legal advice.
Sat
22
May
Event

Career Pathways: Bringing it Together

Date

22 May 2021 22 May 2021

Time

11am

Location

via Zoom

Cost

FREE
This workshop provides a unique opportunity for high school students and parents to come together in a non-threatening way to have a realistic look at the pathway from Year 10 to post high school - work and study.
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