We are happy to announce that our Digital Training group sessions are back!
The first workshop is about buying and selling online. In this session you will learn the basics of online shopping and how to sell your products on well-known online retailers such as eBay.
You will also learn how to use Facebook Buy & Sell and how to be safe selling and buying online.
June 13th Tuesday, 1pm to 2:30pm at Margaret River Library
June 14th Wednesday, 10am to 11:30am at Augusta Council Chambers
To book your spot please email our eServices Librarian on email@example.com, call the library on 08 9780 5600
The library is an accessible venue, carers welcome.
Margaret River Library
will be CLOSED on Monday 5th of June for the public holiday.
OPEN again on Tuesday 6th at 10am. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Feel free to use the after-hours chute for your returns.
Access to our online resources is available 24/7
One of Australia’s most loved forums for literature, ideas and storytelling, Sydney Writers’ Festival will live-stream a selection of its headline events from Sydney to the State Library of Western Australia on Thursday 25, Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May 2023.
Click the image below to go to the FREE registration page!
Friday 26th May, 10am – 11.30am in the Augusta Council Chambers
The morning consists of a 20 minute information session followed by the chance to ask questions, register or get a new card if you need one. This service really helps WA Seniors Card members replace their worn, damaged or lost Seniors Cards on the spot. Guests hoping to replace their card should bring ID (Driver’s Licence or Centrelink Card). Morning tea will be provided.
The presentation covers information for new members:
- Benefits of becoming a WA Seniors Card member including the range of State Government concessions and discounts from businesses across WA
- How to apply
For current members:
- How to access a range of State Government concessions and discounts
- The Cost of Living Rebate
- The latest Safety & Security Rebate announcement
- The annual Discount Directory booklet (we will provide copies)
- WA Seniors Card monthly competitions
- How to replace your WA Seniors Card – if lost, stolen or damaged
RSVP to the library for seating and catering purposes. Ph: 9780 5600 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 27th May, 1 – 2.30pm
Accredited colon therapist, Gregory Magafas will discuss the importance of good gut health and how it impacts our general wellbeing.
- Why pH critical for good health
- The importance of cellular energy
- Does food have the capacity to heal?
- Why a well-functioning digestive system is paramount for good health
- How to take control of your own health
Reserve your seat using Eventbrite here https://amrlibraries-gut-health-talk.eventbrite.com.au
or Email: email@example.com or Phone: 9780 5600
Wednesday 24th May, 10.30 – 11.30am at the Margaret River Library
Understanding the experience of refugees or asylum seekers, in their home country, their journey to Australia and their new life here is crucial to appreciating the barriers that block such individuals from thriving in our community. The session can help participants recognise how they can better engage with such migrants. Red Cross aims to provide insights and encourage critical thinking about the global and local experiences of people forcibly displaced, covering:
- Red Cross involvement with migration
- Context on global forced displacement and associated international human rights frameworks
- Australia’s relevance and role
- The difference between an asylum seeker and refugee
- Demographics of humanitarian settlement in Australia and their experiences
All welcome. Light refreshments provided. RSVP to the Library Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph: 9780 5600