Flemington Alley

Flemington Library is reopen!

We are thrilled to announce that renovations are complete at Flemington Library and the branch will be reopening on Monday 18 September. The first floor of the library has been transformed into a welcoming, sustainable and accessible space that supports learning, creative programs and large community events. Features include new meeting rooms, extra public bathrooms,…

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Inter-library Loans

Service Update: inter-library loans

Good news! After a short hiatus, inter-library loans will be back across Victoria from Monday 1 May. You will again be able to request items from other library services in Victoria. In order to maintain the long-term viability of the program, we have made a few changes. We’ll make sure that we update this page…

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SML Childrens Shelving

Sam Merrifield closed May 2-3

Please note: Sam Merrifield Library will be closed to the public on Tuesday 2 May and Wednesday 3 May while new shelving is installed in our children’s area. Some services will still be available on these days outside the building or at other sites. Borrowing:If you have reserved items waiting for you, you can collect…

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FE Update WEB

Minor disruption to borrowing

We’re getting shiny new self-checkout kiosks! There may be minor disruptions to borrowing in the week of March 27 while the new machines are installed. Don’t worry though – staff will assist you in checking out your items while this happens. See below for the installation schedule for each branch. Avondale Heights: Monday 27 March…

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MP Sheena Watt & Minister Melissa Horne

Ministerial visit to Flemington

On Wednesday 1 March, we welcomed the Honourable Melissa Horne, Minister for Local Government, and Sheena Watt, State Member for Northern Metropolitan Region, for an update on the Flemington Library refurbishment project. After a tour of the worksite and an overview from the project managers, the Minister, MP, and Mayor Cr Pierce Tyson spoke about…

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MVCC0486 DigitalSign CivicScreen

Free COVID Rapid Tests

Free Rapid Antigen Tests are now available for all community members to collect at the following locations: Ascot Vale Library 165 Union Road, Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Library and Learning Centre 69 Military Road, Avondale Heights Flemington Library 313 Racecourse Road, Flemington Niddrie Library 483 Keilor Road, Niddrie Sam Merrifield Library 762 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds…

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Flemington Library Exterior

Flemington Library: temporary relocation

Flemington Library is getting a refresh! This redevelopment project will give more space to the community to support learning, creative programs and large community events. This project is supported by the State Government’s 2021 Living Libraries Infrastructure Program. The Library at Racecourse Road will be closed from January 16 but our services will continue from…

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Public Holiday Notice

Libraries Closed September 22 & 23

Please note that all Moonee Valley Libraries branches will be closed on Thursday 22 September and Friday 23 September for the National Day of Mourning for Queen Elizabeth II and the AFL Grand Final Eve public holiday respectively. All branches will reopen on Saturday 24 September. No items will be due on the days of…

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PCs unavailable

Temporary printer & computer outage

We are upgrading our photocopiers and the systems that manage our printing and public computers. This means that there will be disruptions to printing, photocopying, scanning and computer access at all library branches during the week of Monday 4 July. Each library will be impacted on different days, as follows: Library branch Printers and PCs…

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Ascot Vale Library

Help us create your new Ascot Vale Library!

Have Your Say on the new Ascot Vale Library The Ascot Vale Library is about to get bigger and better and we need your help! We’ve designed a plan for the redeveloped library, now we need your ideas: What do you like about the plans? What could be improved? What kind of groups/activities/services would you…

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