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Discover Your Family History

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

Come along 5:30pm, Tuesday 20 April 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.

Illustration with Gabriel Evans

Join Gabriel Evans on 7 April for a hands-on session thinking up story ideas and creating illustrations.

Gabriel is a Western Australian children’s book author and illustrator. Working primarily in watercolour and pencil, he creates books from a small studio near a river, surrounded by oak trees. Including favourites such as Norton and the Bear, Ollie and Augustus, and his latest release Blue Flower, Gabriel has worked on over twenty-five books, with two notable CBCA Book of the Year nominations and two shortlisted Speech Pathology awards.

This workshop will be a hands-on creative session. Kids will participate in a range of illustration activities and gain insight into key visual literacy tools. Activities include character design, creating an illustration, developing picture book ideas and interpreting text visually. All accompanied by demonstrations, visual examples and a Q&A.

Don’t miss out. Book now.

Feature Workshop: Composting, Mulching & Worms

If you love getting out in the garden, this week’s feature workshop is for you.

June Keil is back with tips, tricks and everything else you need to know for composting, mulching and worms in your home garden.

Learn how to save water and improve soil fertility. Discover the wonders of worms in your garden in this FREE workshop.

Places are limited so don’t miss out, book now!

Events Calendar Released March 2021

We have so much to offer everybody for the month of March 2021 in Eaton, Dardanup and Burekup:

Our popular Jo Jingles sessions for the under 5 year olds

  • Packed with Goodness SW Roadshow
  • Gardening sessions
  • Online and Tech Help
  • Story Time in the Park
  • LEGO Club
  • Chair Yoga for Seniors
  • How to write a covering letter for a job
  • Monthly Craft Time
  • Wellness Sessions: Mindfulness and Self -Defence

Book now on  to secure your place on our FREE workshops.

Look forward to seeing you.


16 Days in WA Book Club

As part of our 16 Days in WA awareness campaign, Shire of Dardanup Library Services will be featuring a selection of titles exploring gender-based violence.

Click on the link below to explore our 16 Days in WA booklist titles. For a copy of our full list, please visit us at Eaton or Dardanup.

Check out our booklist here >>