Bendigo and Gisborne Libraries are thrilled to welcome renowned cook, restaurateur, food educator and food writer Stephanie Alexander to speak on Friday 7 April.
Monday 20 March 2017
Tuesday 14 March 2017
Ever wanted to see real live Bollywood dance in action? Here’s your opportunity! The Singh Sisters are bringing Bollywood dance to Bendigo Library in celebration of Cultural Diversity Week!
Friday 3 March 2017
Goldfields Libraries is thrilled to welcome renowned cook, restaurateur and food writer Stephanie Alexander to speak as a highlight in the new Autumn program. Many other exciting events are also set to take place throughout the season, with something on offer for all age groups.
Tuesday 28 February 2017
Our Summer Reading Club winners have two reasons to be excited: they have recently received their well-deserved prizes, and they got to meet local author Glenda Millard in the process!
Monday 27 February 2017
Goldfields Libraries is delighted with the response to its second Mindfulness Colouring Competition held in January. Like last year, a range of colourful, high quality entries was submitted from both genders, representing various age groups and geographic locations.
Wednesday 15 February 2017
After months of careful planning, Goldfields Libraries’ new Library Agencies are now open for business! Communities in Wedderburn, Boort, Inglewood, Pyramid Hill, Tarnagulla, Dingee, Axedale and Elmore are already reaping the benefits.
Monday 13 February 2017
Bendigo and Castlemaine Libraries look forward to welcoming Angelina Armato to enlighten audiences on Ageless Grace, a wellness program for all ages and abilities.
Tuesday 31 January 2017
Due to public demand, more tickets have been opened up to see Bruce Pascoe speak at Bendigo Library.
Bruce, a Bunurong man and author of ‘Dark Emu - Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?’, will challenge the ‘hunter-gatherer’ tag given to pre-colonial Aboriginal Australians.
Wednesday 25 January 2017
The Goldfields Libraries top reads of 2016 are now official!
Tuesday 24 January 2017
Love reading and participating in interesting discussions with like-minded people? Joining a book club might be just the thing for your new year’s resolution list!
“Book clubs are a great way to meet new people or have fun with a group of friends, and January is a great time to start things!” said Sue Mooney, Goldfields Library Corporation Acting Programs and Events Coordinator.