Visit Whittlesea library’s baby and beyond expo on Friday, March 15, 10am-1pm at 57 Laurel Street, to learn more about local parenting support and services. Demonstrations include interactive play, yoga mums and bubs and baby massage. Bookings essential.
■ 9716 3028
Sensitive story time
Join in Craigieburn library’s sensory-friendly story time on Monday, March 18, 9-9.45am at 75-95 Central Park Avenue. There will be songs, stories and bubbles. Bookings required.
■ 9356 6980
Children are encouraged to wear their traditional costumes to Broadmeadows library on Thursday, March 21, for a special Harmony Day story time, featuring cultural stories, music and craft activities. At 1093 Pascoe Vale Road, 1-2pm.
■ 9356 6900
Grants application help
Drop in to the Thomastown library on Thursday, March 14 for one-on-one support with an application to Whittlesea council’s Community Grants Program. Grants of up to $5000 are available. At 52 Main Street, 10am-1pm.
■ 9217 2397
Journeys to Lalor
Register your interest to discuss your journey to Lalor and you could be chosen to be a Lalor Library Community Ambassador. These oral history sessions will share the remarkable journeys of how you arrived and contribute to the community.
Sessions held Tuesday, March 19, 2-3pm, Wednesday, March 20, 11am-noon and Friday, March 22, 11.30am-12.30pm, at 2A May Road.
■ 9465 2353
Elvis Tribute Night
Celebrate the life and music of Elvis
with a tribute night on Thursday, March 14 at Mill Park library, 394 Plenty Road, 7-8pm.
■ 9437 8189
Malaysian-born local artist Rani Singh will showcase his artwork at Mill Park library throughout March. At 394 Plenty Road.
■ 9437 8189
Expresso Legal will visit Thomastown library on Thursday, March 28 to provide free legal advice about family law and child protection over a cuppa. At 52 Main Street, 10am-12.30pm.
■ 9464 1864
Join the fun at Hawkstowe Park to celebrate Earth Hour 2019 on Saturday, March 30, 5.30-10pm.
Explore, create, imagine and discover nature at a bush playgroup at Epping North Conservation Reserve, on Thursday, March 21, 10am-noon. Activities will be suitable for children aged up to 5.
Learn skills, build confidence, make friends and have fun at Fresh Youth Theatre. The free workshops for 12-18 years run every Friday 4-6.30pm at Thomastown library, 52 Main Street
■ 9217 2172
Enjoy The Nightingale, a Chinese movie with English subtitles, cultural entertainment and traditional lunch at a multicultural event at Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre on Wednesday, March 27, 10.30am-3pm. Cost: $7.