Fibre artists Lynn Berry and Margaret Knight are on a mission to create a field of more than 5000 handcrafted poppies in Federation Square for the Anzac Centenary Commemoration in 2015. You can be part of this community commemoration by joining one of the workshops.
In August 1914 Australia joined Great Britain in declaring war with Germany. What was our local community like back then?
Anna Krien’s book, Night Games, delves into issues such as how sport reflects our culture, the role of money and adulation on often immature and irresponsible young men, the relationship between football clubs and police, and the effects that a heavily male centric culture in sports journalism has on reporting.
Moonee Valley Libraries offers a range of computer classes, from beginner basics to skills using search engines and library resources.
Use the library catalogue to find and request books, DVDs and magazines. You can access our online resources and even book a computer.
Our five libraries provide a range of services to support the needs of the community for learning, information and recreation. Library membership is free and everyone is welcome to join.
The Local and Family History collection at Sam Merrifield Library contains valuable resources in book, fiche/film, photograph and CD-ROM format to help you with your research.
The dad's playgroup provides an opportunity for dads to get together and build a social network with other parents, while spending quality time with their children. More about Playgroups
Moonee Valley City Council respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land - the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, their spirits, ancestors, elders and community members past and present.
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