The City's libraries regularly host programs, special events, workshops, guest speakers and friendly club gatherings for people of all ages. Click on the links below for more information. All events are free and some include free refreshments. If you would like to receive information about library events and services by email you can sign up for the e-newsletter, or like us on Facebook.

Please note the Term and Conditions applicable to library events.

Visitors to the City’s libraries will be required to follow contract tracing protocol as specified by the WA Health Department. Public health measures such as the use of hand sanitiser and complying with reduced event capacities for social distancing must be followed by all participants. Please do not visit a library if you are unwell, have recently been overseas, or have been in close contact with someone confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19.

Parents please note that children under 6 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times. Children between 6 and 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult, or older sibling (13 years and over).

Jul 2022

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Kaya, Wandjoo! (Hello, Welcome!) Join presenter Olman Walley, from Boorloo Aboriginal Cultural Experiences for this interactive storytelling session at Mills Park Centre – Lesser Hall (upstairs) as...

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Story time with buzzing Bee-Bot robots Join us for an un-BEE-lievably spectacular story time as Thornlie Library is transformed into a garden wonderland. Meet the Bee-Bots and help them on their...

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Enjoy a visit from Ranger Red's animal friends with Zoo2U Learn about the incredible, furry, feathered, and scaly animals from Ranger Red's Zoo and Conservation Park in a hands-on, interactive...

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Get creative and see what you can build that moves Build anything you can imagine out of recycled and repurposed materials and figure out how to make it move with gears and wheels. Whether its a car...

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Part tale of survival against the odds, part political odyssey, Two Cultures, One Story is the account of a life full of compassion, commitment, integrity and hard work. Meet highly respected...

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Start your engines This month, young creators and thinkers will make their own windup toy car using recycled materials. Experiment with friction and weight to make the fastest car. For ages 7 – 12...

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Make friends these school holidays - make Pom Pom Pets! Tuesday Arvos for teens is happening these school holidays. Chill out with the regulars and meet some new kids at this holiday session. There...

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Let the folding fun begin! Learn essential origami folding techniques and handy tips in this hands-on workshop where you'll get to use special origami papers to create something wonderful. Create a...

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Roll the dice on a unique adventure Are you interested in learning about D&D or looking for a new gaming experience? Come along to Thornlie Library for an adventure filled session of this world famous...

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Ventures and voyages await! Create a fantastical map aged by time and adventure. Does it lead to bounty stolen by pirates, or show the only safe path to hidden jungle ruins? Was it scrawled by...

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Wings of a dragon. Face of a shark. Legs of a flamingo. Anything is possible in the Monster Mixing Machine! In secret, you'll draw part of an animal. Then, the parts will be joined together to create...

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See beautiful gemstones up close and learn some simple relaxation skills A calming session to learn basic meditation and relaxation skills and how to use them in everyday life. Learn about the amazing...