Your Gap Year Options - prepare for your future at Glen Waverley on Thursday 4 September at 7pm - 8pm.
Connect with other distance education students and meet the library staff who can support your studies. We're keeping it casual - tea/coffee and biscuits, and a chat about making the most of library resources.
At Mount Waverley Library on Thursday 11 September from 7pm to 8pm
Book on 9807 5022 or email email@example.com stating the event name and date, names of those wishing to attend, and phone number.
Connect Library flyer (pdf file 312kb 1 page.)
Our experienced trainers will introduce you to the basic functions of an iPad. Free class. iPads provided.
Maggie's deeply moving and thought provoking memoir When ItRains was covered on Australian Story. Her second memoir, How To Get There, traces - with her characteristic candour and perception - her move to Tasmania for love, and the struggles and joys of settling there.
At Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill on Wednesday 17 September at 12.30pm.
Cost $15 includes light lunch.
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Annabel Crabb is the ABC's chief online political writer.
Annabel's new book The Wife Drought explores our fixation on the barriers that face women on the way into the workplace, the different levels of flexibility available to men and women, and the attitudes toward women, men, family and work that prevail throughout our society.
At Clayton Library Theatrette on Thursday 9 October at 12 noon. A free event.
David Hill is one of our country's most popular writers of Australian history.
In his latest book, The Making of Australia, David Hill traces the story of our nation from its European beginnings to Federation.
At Monash Gallery of Art on Wednesday 22 October at 12.30pm. A free event.
The Library Bag sees the stunning temple of Borobudur in the early morning light.
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