Check the upcoming programs and events at our libraries.
Regular Programs on offer:
Day & Date: TuesdayVenue: Forrestfield Library, 3 Salix Way, ForrestfieldTime: 12:30pm – 2:30pm
For community members whose first language is not English. Kelas Bercakap Bahasa Inggeris | 英语会话课 | Aulas de conversação em inglês | 英語話す授業
Day & Date: Wednesday Venue: Forrestfield Library, 3 Salix Way, ForrestfieldTime: 10:00am – 11:30am
Need a hand with your smartphone? Would you like to read or listen to books on your tablet? Or send a text, use social media or download an app?
Tech Chat is an informal information session where you will be able to relax with some afternoon tea while learning about your smartphone, tablet or other mobile device.
Day & Date: ThursdaysVenue: Forrestfield Library, 3 Salix Way, ForrestfieldTime: 2pm–4pm
Consider. Reflect. Share. Repeat.
Day & Date: Every second Friday (starting Friday, 7th August 2020)Venue: High Wycombe Library, 15 Markham Road, High WycombeTime: 3.30pm to 4.45pm
At High Wycombe Library we will tackle the big questions. All are welcome to share their thoughts and insights. Respect and tolerance are non-negotiable. Members are encouraged to borrow books and magazines from our recently expanded Philosophy collection.
No bookings required
Check Out & Return Seeds - Promoting sustainability, community collaboration and engagement through sharing of seeds and knowledge.
Venue: High Wycombe Library, 15 Markham Road, High Wycombe
‘Check out’ up to 2 packets of seeds from the library - free!Plant the seeds in your garden, care for them, reap the harvest and enjoy your produce.‘Return’ seeds saved
from your crop back to the libraryGrow your gardening knowledge by borrowing books from our collectionContact us on 9257 9974 to learn more!
Have you always liked the idea of joining a book club, but had concerns about committing to reading the book? Meet our new Book Discussion Group!
Day & Date: Third Wednesday of each month (starting Wednesday, 19th August 2020)Venue: High Wycombe Library, 15 Markham Road, High WycombeTime: 10am
Each month we suggest a discussion topic. Patrons are invited to read (or listen to - or even watch) any book, audiobook or DVD based on that topic or theme. We can help you find material from our collection. Your reading (or listening or viewing) can
inform your contribution to a discussion held at the library. No bookings required
Held weekly during school term time. - Our Rhymetime and Storytime sessions recommence in Term 3, from Monday 20th July. Meanwhile all the Virtual Storytime and Rhymetime sessions are available to view on the Kalamunda Libraries Facebook
Bookings are only required if you intend to bring a group in, please phone the library you wish to attend to organise a group booking.
Table 1. Rhymetime and storytime session times and locations
Find more information about these programs here
Held weekly during school term time.
Join us for a fun afternoon session of board games for primary school-aged children. Hang out with friends and make new ones.
Day: FridayTime: 3pm-4:30pmVenue: High Wycombe Library, 15 Markham Road, High Wycombe
Join us on to create your own LEGO masterpiece. We provide the LEGO, you build your creation.
Day: Saturday Time: 9am-12pmVenue: Lesmurdie Library, 21 Reid Road, Lesmurdie
Come and get crafty at High Wycombe Library!
All craft supplies are provided. Aimed at primary school age children. Parental supervision is required.
Day: MondayTime: 3.30pm during the school term (commencing 3 August 2020)Venue: High Wycombe Library, 15 Markham Road, High Wycombe
The libraries hold fun, exciting and educational programs during the school holidays suitable for children and teenagers aged 4-16 years.
Find out more about what we offer for the younger generation here
Stories and Movement - school holiday fun with West Australian Ballet.
These free sessions, run by MercyCare, will inform those who are caring for others about the support they can access in the community. Carers Week is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the amazing contribution carers make to our society.
A FREE HelpingMinds workshop to promote mental health and wellbeing during WA Mental Health Week.
Join us for a virtual tour to discover of the history of the Foothills presented by Jenny Lewis & Marie Garwood from Kalamunda & Districts Historical Society.
Helping older adults connect with community. Older adults have so many skills, talents and experiences that we should utilise within our communities. The WayFairer Project is changing the volunteer landscape!
Join Mark Walsh for a fun but informative talk based on his 16 years’ experience dealing with elite sports groups, clients of all ages and the Aged Care industry on the importance of recovery therapy using remedial massage.