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Did you know that August is National Family History Month? This year will have events that you can attend online and our libraries have access to several databases.
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Melbourne restrictions have changed. Keep informed of services available at the library and COVID-19 requirements.
This session will explain what is meant by a Digital Legacy and how you can manage your digital assets as part of your estate. Tuesday 3 August 10.30am
Join us for a Digital Literacy Program for beginners where you will learn at your own pace and follow a program designed for your needs. Selected Wednesdays at Wheelers Hill Library in August at 2pm - 3.30pm.
If English is not your main language and you would like to practice your reading skills in a safe and supportive environment, our new EAL (English As Additional Language) Reading Club will provide you with this opportunity.
介绍澳大利亚的安老服务系统. This free information session will provide members of the Chinese community with unbiased information about aged care services. Please book for only one session. At Glen Waverley and Clayton Libraries.
Have fun with Lego! Lego Clubs have returned to our libraries this year and will need to be booked on TryBooking. Oakleigh Lego Club resumes on Wednesday 14 July at 4pm.
“The cloud” is a major buzzword in computing right now, but many of us don't know what it means and how it affects us. Please bring your digital device with you or we can loan you one on the day. Thursday 12 August 10.30am at Oakleigh Library.