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September Events Calendar Released!

September Events Calendar Released!

We have so much to offer everybody for the month of September in Eaton, Dardanup and Burekup:

  • Special Jo Jingles session with Australian Reading Hour
  • Poppy Craft Session
  • LEGO Club
  • Chair Yoga
  • Interview Skills
  • How to grow Blueberries
  • And are very popular Jo Jingles sessions for under 5’s

Book now on: https://www.dardanup.wa.gov.au/calendar/ or call us on Ph: 97240470 to secure your place for our FREE workshops.

Look forward to seeing you.

Eaton Community Library Closed 1 September

Eaton Community Library will be closed Wednesday, 1 September due to an event being held at Eaton Community College.

But don’t worry, our doors will be open again for regular hours on Thursday, 2 September.

Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Eaton Community Library is Moving

Eaton Community College needs room to move, so in December we will be moving the Eaton Community Library to a temporary new location at 2 Sanford Way, Eaton. This will be our home until the new Civic Building near Eaton Fair is ready in 2023!

We are looking forward to a bright future at our new address, with:

  • New resources
  • New programs
  • New services

Keep an eye on our website and stay up to date on Facebook for further details in the coming months!

 

Harry Potter at the Library

These July school holidays will be a wizarding wonder at Shire of Dardanup Library Services.

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Discover Your Family History

Are you interested in finding out about your local and family history?

Come along 5:30pm on the third Tuesday of every month for a great discussion to help you discover your roots.

This first session will look at the variety of places you can look for information, both in person locally and on the internet. Beginners and experienced family and local historians welcome. The evening promises to be an insightful discussion and guide to help you understand how libraries, archives, museums, local collections and local history organisations can help discover your family history.

Bookings are now open for this free event.