A world-class line-up of authors, writers and personalities will feature at the fourth annual Word for Word National Non-Fiction Festival on 17-19 November at the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre.
When Wendy Crebbin moved to Anglesea a few years ago, there was one stop she made that connected her with her new community.
The Archibald Prize has landed at the Geelong Gallery with the exhibition opening on Saturday 28 October and running until 10 December.
Due to mechanical issues, there will be no mobile service at Winchelsea this afternoon.
Our Annual Report 2016/17 is now available and reports on another successful year for the Geelong Regional Library Corporation.
Our libraries observe the following holidays according to their municipalities:
Geelong Show - Friday 20 October, Geelong Cup - Wednesday 25 October and Melbourne Cup - Tuesday 7 November.
Learn more about the Prevention of Family Violence Statement of Commitment: http://www.grlc.vic.gov.au/news/saying-no-family-violence
Learn more about Food for Fines: http://www.grlc.vic.gov.au/news/food-fines-2017
All libraries except the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre and Western Heights College will be closed on Tuesday 10 October for the annual staff day.
Geelong Regional Libraries is a member of the Victorian public library system, basing our charter on the UNESCO Manifesto on Public Libraries.
The painting of Geelong’s first Town Clerk, William Weire, normally adorns the corridors of City Hall but detective work uncovering the identity of the artist has led to the painting going on loan to the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston, Tasmania.
Book now for our range of fabulous school holiday activities suitable for young children through to young adults.
There will be no mobile library service at Angelsea this Thursday 27 April.
Geelong West library reopens following flash flooding.
Our April e-newsletter is now available. Find out what is coming up and start booking!
Jump in the boat and join in the fun with The Big Bold Boat Adventure.
They might be much maligned, but the offspring of the detested blowfly have an important role to play in treating wounds and fighting infections.
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