Internet searching basics and emails
21 September 2018 10:30 AM
Carnegie Library - Tech Room
7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
A workshop to learn searching basics and how to set up an email account.
Write It
24 September 2018 3:00 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Do you love to write stories? Come along to Michael Wagner’s entertaining and uplifting talk as he brings his stories and writing process to life. Get excited about reading and writing, learn new writing skills and get insights into the techniques of an author. Monday 24 September, 3pm–4pm Suitable for primary school age children. Free event. Bookings essential.
VCE English
25 September 2018 7:00 PM
Theatrette
Glen Eira Town Hall, Corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield Victoria 3162
Get expert help with your exam prep. Kay Perry is a teacher and examiner with decades of experience in the teaching of literature and English at tertiary and senior secondary levels. In this session, Kay will employ specialised reading skills to help students with exam revision. Kay’s teaching areas include English, literature and study skills making her well-versed in the exact information needed for students to be exam ready. Tuesday 25 September, 7pm–8.30pm Free event.
Stop motion animation
27 September 2018 2:30 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Explore the wonderful world of stop motion animation in this Toonworld workshop. Learn how to animate effectively and construct cool clay characters to take home to create your own movies! Thursday 27 September, 2.30pm–4pm Carnegie Library and Community Centre —Boyd Room Strictly ages eight to 12. Tickets $6. Bookings essential.
Fossil hunters
2 October 2018 11:30 AM to 2 October 2018 1:00 PM
Elsternwick Library
4 Staniland Grove, Elsternwick Victoria 3185
Calling all young palaeontologists! Join Labcoat Learning to make plaster moulds of fossilised shells and sharks teeth. As the plaster dries, we will explore how fossils form, open rocks to unveil fossils seen for the first time and catch some ‘living fossils’ that have been around for 250 Million years. Tuesday 2 October Session one: 11.30am–12.30pm Session two: 1pm –2pm Suitable for ages four to 8. Tickets $6. Bookings essential.
Diggin' dinosaurs
2 October 2018 2:30 PM
Elsternwick Library
4 Staniland Grove, Elsternwick Victoria 3185
Have a roaring great time as you learn about dinosaurs in this hands-on workshop. You can check out a life size replica of a Velociraptor skull and come face-to-face with T-Rex. You can work like a real palaeontologist as you dig out and analyse the specimens found, find out how fossils are formed and make casts of ancient creatures to keep. Tuesday 2 October, 2.30pm–3.30pm Suitable for ages five to 12. Tickets $6. Bookings essential
Toby the TRex Show
2 October 2018 4:00 PM
Elsternwick Library
4 Staniland Grove, Elsternwick Victoria 3185
Standing up to 2.5 metres tall and four metres long, he walks, blinks, and ROARRS giving a fully interactive dinosaur experience for both young and old. The Toby The T Rex show is jam packed with singing and dancing, games and interactive play with the dinosaur and handlers. Kids will be ‘roaring’ with laughter. Tuesday 2 October, 4pm–5pm Free event. Bookings essential
Basic Computer Skills
5 October 2018 10:30 AM
Carnegie Library - Tech Room
7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
A workshop to learn basic computer skills.
It's a wave workshop
5 October 2018 2:00 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Join the Twisted Science team to take a look at light and sound waves. Create funky fireworks glasses that split white light into all the colours of the rainbow and construct a quacking cup to amplify sound waves. Friday 5 October, 2pm–3pm. Strictly ages five to 12. Tickets $6. Bookings essential.
iPad Basics - Get Connected
16 October 2018 4:30 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
In this session be introduced to the basic features of your iPad, how to manage your apps, personalise your screen, use the control centre, set passcodes, save data and battery, and explore some popular apps in the app store. This is perfect for those that have been using their iPad for at least three months.
Pompey Elliott at War
17 October 2018 6:00 PM
Theatrette
Glen Eira Town Hall, Corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield Victoria 3162
Pompey Elliott At War: In His Own Words is Ross McMullin’s enthralling new book about Australia’s most famous fighting general.
Internet Searching Basics and Emails
19 October 2018 10:30 AM
Carnegie Library - Tech Room
7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
A workshop to learn searching basics and how to set up an email account.
Where Are You Tony?
27 October 2018 11:00 AM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Tony the rabbit is late again! He has a reputation for being lateto work. Felix the Magician has a big show and he needs Tony to help him entertain the kids. Will Felix the Magician find him in time to start the show?
Native Herbs for the Kitchen and Garden
30 October 2018 7:00 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Discover aromatic and tasty edible Australian native plants that you can easily grow in your garden including Lemon Myrtle, Bush Pepper and Native Salt. This workshop with Edible Eden Design’s Karen Sutherland, includes a taste test and a discussion of the culinary uses of these plants and how best to grow them in your own backyard.
Chemical-Free Gardening
7 November 2018 7:30 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Learn how to grow vegetables, herbs and fruit trees without the use of pesticides and fertilisers. Angelo Eliades from Deep Green Permaculture will teach you how to keep your garden naturally free of garden pests and weeds with companion planting, healthy soil, plant selection and the use of natural predators.
The Wonder of Worm Farms
10 November 2018 10:00 AM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Join Natasha Grogan from The Sage Garden as she takes you through the process of worm farming and composting. You will meet the worms up close and have a chance to try and spy one of their eggs. This interactive and fun workshop for kids will get you excited about composting and worm farming.
On Target Through Time: Robin Hood Myth, Medieval & Modern
14 November 2018 7:00 PM
Theatrette
Glen Eira Town Hall, Corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield Victoria 3162
Join Professor Stephen Knight as he discusses the main themes of the long-lasting legend of Robin Hood and the consistent re-formation of the outlaw myth. Take a look at the varying social and cultural patterns of different periods that have formed the basis of Robin Hood’s continuing popularity and how this can reveal the changing attitudes of the times
Basic Computer Skills
16 November 2018 10:30 AM
Carnegie Library - Tech Room
7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
A workshop to learn basic computer skills.
Beginner Bees
20 November 2018 7:00 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Kick-off your beekeeping journey with The Practical Beekeeper. Learn the history and biology of a colony of European honey beesand the skills required to safely and effectively manipulate a bee hive and set up your own.
Trash Puppets!
24 November 2018 2:00 PM
Boyd Room
Carnegie Library and Community Centre, 7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
Trash Puppets is on a mission to save the world ... one puppet at a time. Join the Trash Puppets crew to create your very own unique, working puppet, made completely out of recycled and re-used materials. You’ll never look at your recycling bin the same way again! All ages welcome. All attendees will require a ticket.
Megan Goldin
28 November 2018 7:00 PM
Theatrette
Glen Eira Town Hall, Corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield Victoria 3162
Megan Goldin was a journalist with the ABC and Reuters, working in the Middle East and Asia where she reported on war, peace and international terrorism. Her debut novel The Girl In Kellers Way was released in 2017 and followed up a year later with The Escape Room, a corporate thriller set in an elevator about greed and sexism. Crime writer Lee Child said it was one of his favourite books of the year. Join Megan as she discusses her career.
Internet Searching Basics and Emails
30 November 2018 10:30 AM
Carnegie Library - Tech Room
7 Shepparson Avenue, Carnegie Victoria 3163
A workshop to learn searching basics and how to set up an email account.