01 October, 2014

Footy Tipping Update

Hawthorn has made a mockery of its pre-Grand Final underdog status to smash the Sydney Swans by 63 points at the MCG on Saturday and claim its 12th premiership. 

After the Swans kicked two of the game's opening three goals, Hawthorn completely dominated the game, their 21.11 (137) to 11.8 (74) victory clinching back-to-back flags for just the second time in the club's history.
Long term leader handbag queen has managed to remain on top to win first prize and chloe4 has taken out second prize. Congratulations to both members for their skill and participation.

26 September, 2014

Captain M. T Head 
Our Library School Holiday Programme is buzzing along well.

We still have heaps of spots left for

Captain M. T Head

On Monday 29th September

At Frankston Library

11.00am – 12 Midday

Suitable for children aged 5 – 12 years.

$5 per person.

Payable at time of booking.

Captain M T Head is a pirate that does a magic and a swashbuckling fun show.

He comes Highly Recommended

18 September, 2014

The Computer School

This educational tool has in excess of 10,000 useful, informative and easy to use tutorials for anyone who has an interest in IT whether they be beginners or advanced.


  • Social media - Facebook, twitter, viper and many others
  • Tablets and phones - Android, IOS etc
  • Internet safety - Antiviruses,spam, phishing and fraud.
These are just some of the comprehensive tutorials covered.

For quick access click here or go the Frankston Library Website

15 September, 2014

Footy tipping update

Equilibrium from chaos

As North and Port beat history and made their way into the Preliminary Finals from outside the top 4, our tipsters hit new lows. 56 Blogalogue tipsters picked no winners, 16 got it half right and just 7 scraped through with a perfect score of 2.

Despite, or perhaps because of, this poor showing, the top of the ladder remained fairly static; although, Can'thelpbelieving's logic at picking the upsets boosted them from 6th place to 3rd. A brave and decisive move, indeed!

The big question remains: can long-term ladder topper handbag queen defend her 1 game lead with just 3 more games to go?

Watch this space.



09 September, 2014

July feeback

Fashionably overdue

It may be a bit late, but here's our customer feedback from July.


Postcards exhibition

An exhibition of historic
postcards and memorabilia
from the Mornington Peninsula
is now on at
Frankston Library until 5 October.
For more information,
see the Postcards website.

08 September, 2014

September/October school holiday program

Your big adventure

Craft and creepy-crawlies...
Pirates and puppets...
Circus and stories...

Check the what's on page for full details.

Bookings open Monday, 15 September..



04 September, 2014

2015 Book Club collection

has been released.
New for Book Clubs in 2015

For more information on Book Clubs
please click here.

03 September, 2014

Internet, PC and tablet classes

Get up to update

It's hard to keep up with new fangled technology. First there was the personal computer, then we added the World Wide Web, email and online shopping and banking and now it's all gone portable and wireless with smartphones and tablets.

To help our community thrive in these online times, Frankston City Libraries offers free classes to help people make the transition to the digital world.

Here's what's coming up in September and October (bookings essential):
  • Android tablet set up class
    Suitable for Aldi, Nexus, Sony, Toshiba, Samsung and Motorola tablets
    Wednesday, 10 September 9:00am - 11:00am, Frankston Library
    Call 9784 1020 or book online
  • Beginners Internet class
    Tuesday, 16 September 11:00am - 1:00pm at Carrum Downs Library
    Call 9784 1020 or book online
  • iPad set up class
    Friday 26 September 9:00am - 11:00 am at Frankston Library
    Call 9784 1020 or book online
  • Absolute beginners computer class
    Tuesday, 23 September 9:00am - 11:00am at Frankston Library
    Call 9784 1020 or book online
  • Absolute beginners computer class
    Tuesday, 14 October 11:00am - 1:00pm at Carrum Downs Library
    Call 9784 1020 or book online

01 September, 2014

Round 23 update

The minor premiership goes to
handbag queen, who's hung on grimly to her lead of the Blogalogue's AFL tipping competition for about half the season. With just the finals to go, the pochette royal has a 1 game lead on the competition. Hang-in there!

Despite the draw that everyone won, this weekend no one picked all the wins. Thanks GWS.

ll that's left is the nail-biting trip to the Grand Final, so keep tipping!