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Brain Buster Bags

Brain Buster Bags are back

You asked and we delivered – Brain Buster Bags are back! After the roaring of success of our curated bags of books for children during lockdown, they will be making an indefinite return to all branches. How does it work? Call your local branch 48 hours in advance of visiting the library and request a…

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Essential visitor information

Great news! All five of our library branches will be opening their doors on Wednesday 3 November, resuming standard operating hours. In line with State Government requirements, visitors to our library spaces will need to check in and show proof of double vaccination status on entry, unless a medical exemption is applicable. This applies to all…

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Libraries Going Cashless

Libraries Going Cashless

Over coming months Moonee Valley Libraries will be introducing a new payment system for printing and photocopying at our library branches. The intention is to move toward a cashless transaction approach. This will streamline current processes and improve ease-of-use. Council is still in the process of selecting exactly which system to go with. This is…

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Library on the Move

Moonee Valley Libraries has a brand new mobile library van! Library on the Move is our newest outreach project. As Covid-19 related restrictions ease you will find Library on Move roaming Woodland Street in Strathmore, where you can borrow books, try out some tech, and chat to us about all things library. After this, we…

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Romancing the listener

Did you know that Moonee Valley Libraries has its own podcast, ReadNow? Get the latest reading news and suggestions from our book loving hosts, Jennie and Jackie. Hear from guest speakers and explore the world of words from wherever you happen to be. In the latest episode we’re getting cosy with romance novels and the…

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Flemington Library is getting a refresh!

This May we were successful in a State Government grant application to redevelop the first level of our much-loved Flemington Library. Through the 2021 Living Libraries Infrastructure Program, we have received one million dollars in funding for the project, which Moonee Valley City Council has matched dollar for dollar. The redevelopment will remedy accessibility issues…

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Avondale Heights extended hours

Commencing on Monday 10 May, Avondale Heights Library & Learning Centre will be increasing its opening hours. The facility will now open at 9am Monday to Friday rather than 10am. These new hours will increase the availability not just of the library service for Avondale Heights residents but of the many other services available to…

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