05 March, 2015

7000 Tiny Houses

Look what appeared in the library. 

7000 tiny houses is an interactive art exhibition through Arts Centre Melbourne’s Betty Amsden Participation Project, a four year community arts initiative with a focus on opening up access to, and engagement with, the arts.

Members of the public are encouraged to keep an eye out for the tiny houses, to move them, photograph and tag them #homemelb in social media, to let the journey continue

Ventana Fiesta

The Ventana Cultura festival celebrates all things Latin America.  As part of the city-wide festivities, the Frankston Library is playing host to the following events:

Tuesday the 10th of March
Film Screening - 6:30pm
Emilia, PG, Ecuador 2007, Victorian Premiere, Spanish with English subtitles
Abuelos (Grandparents)*, Ecuador - Chile 2010, Victorian Premiere, Spanish with English subtitles
Bookings required. Phone 9784 1020

Sunday the 15th of March
Live Music - 1.30pm - 3.00pm
Spanish guitar collection by Filipino Bernardo Soler


Tuesday the 17th of March
Film Screening - 6.00pm
Mundo Alas (World Wings), PG, Argentina 2009, Spanish with English subtitles
Bookings required. Phone 9784 1020

Sunday the 29th March
Live Music - 1.30pm - 2.30pm
World Latin concert by Argentine Abe Dunovits



Library Closed for Labour Day

On Monday the 9th of March this glorious 2015, Victoria once more celebrates the notion of working an eight hour day by taking the day off. In keeping with this great Australian tradition, all branches of the Frankston Library Service will be closed.  Return Chutes at Frankston and Carrum Downs branches will be closed at 4pm on Sunday the 8th and not open again until Tuesday, so make sure to have your items returned over the weekend. 

26 February, 2015

IT Outage at Carrum Downs Library

On Thursday the 26th of February from 5pm to 8pm all IT services will be turned off across the Frankston City Council.  This will impact the service at Carrum Downs Library.  Anyone seeking to pay their rates or other council bills during this time MUST bring the appropriate paperwork with them so that the staff can process a manual receipt.  All payments will be entered into the system on Friday morning. 

At this time we are unable to guarantee that EFTPOS payments will be available during the outage.  

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25 February, 2015

5000 Poppy Project



The Poppy ladies finished the count and the Frankston community has contributed 3700 poppies to the 5000 Poppy Project. 

A fantastic effort!




Staff and volunteers at the Frankston City Libraries have been working hard to contribute to the project and the end result shows their dedication.

See the links below for more information regarding the 5000 Poppy Project.




https://5000poppies.wordpress.com/



http://bit.ly/1Es22On

Tuesday 3rd March - Late Opening


AFL 2015 - Team changes at Frankston



Frankston Footy fans will notice changes to the team lineup this year. The performance on the field will differ markedly due to trades, de-listings, retirements, and changes to strategies.

Sadly all good things come to an end. Who remembers: Ron Barassi; tight football shorts; ‘the biff’; Fitzroy; the Swans? Likewise we have decided to retire the Blogalogue’s annual footy tipping competition.

We acknowledge and thank the hard work of past players and coaches who devoted their time over these past six seasons in pursuit of the perfect round pick. Thanks Harps.

We thank the devoted fans of the game because without you this game means nothing. To quote an Australian champion, “We luv you’s all!”

We wish you all good fun and fortune in joining other footy tipping competitions.