Media Releases

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.

Friday 20 January 2017

The Chinese New Year of the Rooster will go off with a bang at Bendigo Library on Tuesday 31 January!

In classic Bendigo style, the Central Victorian Lion Team and the Fu Wa Team will delight with a noisy and spectacular traditional welcome inside the library. The performance is from 5.30-6pm and is not to be missed!

Friday 16 December 2016

People of all ages are invited to relax this Summer with the Goldfields Libraries Mindfulness Colouring Competition. Some awesome Mindfulness Colouring books will be up for grabs for a few lucky winners!

Wednesday 14 December 2016

Children aged 5-12 years are invited to explore super heroes and their villainous counterparts at Goldfields Libraries these school holidays in the annual Summer Reading Club!

Monday 5 December 2016

Over 150 children have signed up to ‘1000 Books Before School’ in the first week since the program was launched by Goldfields Libraries on Friday 25 November. Children have enjoyed receiving special balloons at library storytime sessions throughout the week to celebrate the launch of the program.

Thursday 1 December 2016

A colourful range of Christmas activities will be a highlight of the action packed Goldfields Libraries Summer program. The new program features an exciting range of activities and events for all ages to enjoy this season.

Tuesday 1 November 2016

Winner of the 2016 Australian/Vogel's Literary Award, Katherine Brabon, will visit Kangaroo Flat Library on Monday 14 November to speak about her award winning novel, The Memory Artist.

Friday 28 October 2016

In the space of just two and a half years, Jeremy Scott has accomplished more than most of us could hope to achieve in a lifetime. He has cycled almost 52,000km through 29 countries, starting in London where he was based at the time and finishing in New Zealand.

Friday 14 October 2016

Nature lovers and photography fans are in for a rare treat with two outstanding presentations at Bendigo Library in celebration of National Bird Week.

Friday 14 October 2016

Prominent historian Professor Geoffrey Blainey will visit Bendigo Library on Tuesday 30 November from 6-7pm to present the second volume of his new work ‘The Story of Australia’s People’.

“Professor Blainey presented Volume 1 to a crowd of 150 people at Bendigo Town Hall shortly after it was released in February last year,” said Chris Kelly, Goldfields Library Corporation CEO.