** The library is open to over 60’s on Wednesday mornings 10am – 12pm and open to all ages from 12 – 5.30pm.
Join us for a one hour jazz performance with old favourites like Frank Sinatra’s ‘Singing in the Rain’. Serge sings jazz classics beautifully and is a master of the saxophone so we are in for a treat. Space is limited so please RSVP to reserve your seat. Email: email@example.com or Ph: 9780 5600
Our Early Childhood Education collection has been updated, with new resources suitable for teachers and parents alike.
There is a wide range of topics to chose from, including outdoor learning, sensory activities, special educational needs and computer skills in the early years. You can also find books on emotional intelligence and resilience.
Please click on the image to browse other titles in the collection.
Thursday 17th June, 5.30pm – 6.30pm at the Margaret River Library
Author Don Briggs offers a glimpse into the history of the WA timber trade including the periods of exploration, the settlement at King George Sound, the Swan River Colony, the forests of the South West and the people who made it happen. His research reveals lots of local places and names with lovely old images as well.
Don is the author of ‘Pioneers of the Western Australian Timber Industry’ and the biographical work ‘The Busettis of Cowaramup’. Both titles are in stock at the Margaret River and Augusta Libraries.
Please RSVP as space is limited. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ph: 9780 5600
The WA Local Government Association is inviting you to nominate your favourite Local Government happy place. If you participate, you could win a Canon EOS DSLR Camera AND star in a Happy Place TV commercial!
Just take a photo (or shoot some video footage) of your happy place, and upload it with some words about why this place is important to you.
Click here to submit your entry. Entries close 30 June 2021.