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New operating hours for Bannockburn Library

Opening at 9am and on Mondays! We've listened to your feedback, so from Monday 5 February Bannockburn Library's NEW hours of operation will be:

Monday 9am-1pm

Tuesday 9am-5pm

Wednesday 9am-6pm

Thursday 9am-5pm

Friday 9am-5pm

Saturday 9am-1pm

Sunday Closed

This change is a four-month trial to determine the demand for earlier openings and Monday opening. Please share this information and encourage your friends and family to visit the library and become a member.

There are many benefits of free library membership including:
Access to a broad range of books,magazines, newspapers, DVD and CD collection items to borrow from, as well as access to the whole Geelong Regional Libraries' collection of over 430,000 items; public access PCs and iPads; free wifi access; scanning, photocopying and printing; study and reading spaces; meeting room available for community hire; outdoor courtyard; kids 'Play and Learn' touchscreen PC’s; as well as library events, including weekly Toddler Time, Preschool Storytime and Babytime.

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