Tuesday 25 August 2020
Introducing the new-look What’s On at the Library brochure, available to view on our website now!
This first edition features highlighted programs and workshops, and all of our online author events for September and October.
The brochure is just available in digital format for now, while our libraries are closed and in-person events are suspended, but in the future you will find copies to pick up in-branch every two months. This smaller printed program will be easier to navigate and will help us to minimise our impact on the environment.
Today we also launch a new ‘What’s On’ section on the library website. Improved functionality on these pages means that you can search and filter for library events and programs that interest you. You can also create, download and print customised event calendars! Booking into library events online is simpler, too.
We realise that change can sometimes be difficult, which is why we’re on-hand to help you. Library staff are ready to assist you to search for events on the website, print customised event calendars or book you into events or programs. Call us on (03) 4201 0645 for assistance during business hours, or contact your local branch.
For the best library experience make sure you are a member of Geelong Regional Libraries. If you don’t have a membership card, why not join up for free now?
You should also be sure to sign up for our monthly eNewsletter – it’s the best way to stay up-to-date with news and events at the library.
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The Geelong Regional Library Corporation's Annual Report 2019/20 is now available to view online.
Due to local council elections, Geelong Regional Libraries will be in caretaker mode until 24 October. This means we'll be posting on social media and our website less often, and only covering regular programs and operational matters.
Plans are progressing for the exciting new Queenscliffe Hub, which will house the Library, Museum and Visitor Information Centre. The new facility will be a wonderful resource and shared space for the Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale communities.
From Friday 18 September, our Click & Deliver service will only be available to library members who meet eligibility criteria as a ‘vulnerable person’ or who cannot access our new Click & Collect service.
City of Greater Geelong is planning for the delivery of a new Drysdale library.
We’re excited to announce a new Instagram profile to help fans of Young Adult fiction discover new books: @checked.in.ya!