Media Releases


Tuesday 30 May 2017

A range of heart-warming activities will be available at Goldfields Libraries this Winter! Special guest speakers, hands on technology workshops and a holiday program for the kids are just a few of the activities that will ensure all age groups find something of interest.


Tuesday 23 May 2017

Romsey Library will host Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Wednesday 31 May with a special visit from much-loved award winning author, John Marsden.

Last year’s Biggest Morning Tea at Romsey Library was a resounding success, with over $1000 raised for the Cancer Council and an enjoyable morning had by all. 


Friday 12 May 2017

Do you fancy yourself to be an exceptional speller? Can you recite all those grammatical rules we learned at school – “i before e except after c” – in your sleep? Are you always wondering if embarrassing has one r or two??


Friday 28 April 2017

Goldfields Libraries are delighted to congratulate two young locals on a job well done in the new 1000 Books Before School program! Congratulations to Ava Ryan, the first participant to read 1000 books in the program, and to Angus Jewell, the 1000th pre-schooler to register for the program.


Friday 21 April 2017

Young families and junior school groups are invited to join in a fabulous Story Theatre presentation at Inglewood Library Agency to celebrate National Simultaneous Storytime.


Friday 21 April 2017

Ever wanted to know more about Australia’s legendary Dame Nellie Melba? Bendigo Library looks forward to welcoming author Ann Blainey to speak on her biography I Am Melba, which will enlighten audiences on Dame Melba’s remarkable life and career.


Friday 21 April 2017

Dingee and Inglewood Library Agencies are excited to welcome best-selling author and footballer Matt Zurbo as part of the High Road to Reading program. Matt will present on his book, Champions All: A History of AFL/VFL Football in the Players' Own Words.


Thursday 20 April 2017

Bendigo Library will welcome publisher Amy Doak and writer Lauren Mitchell next week to discuss their adventures in artist spaces around the world.

Both local to Bendigo, Amy and Lauren will present an interesting and thought provoking session, which will appeal to those interested in writing, publishing and art, and of course, those who love a good read!


Tuesday 18 April 2017

Bendigo and Castlemaine Libraries are looking forward to welcoming acclaimed playwright and author Barry Dickins to present his new book, Last Words, a study of Australia’s last legal execution.


Monday 20 March 2017

Bendigo and Gisborne Libraries are thrilled to welcome renowned cook, restaurateur, food educator and food writer Stephanie Alexander to speak on Friday 7 April.

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