If you haven’t been back to the library since Victoria emerged from lockdown, now is the perfect time, as Casey Cardinia Libraries releases its Summer Events Guide.
Casey Cardinia Libraries chief executive officer Beth Luppino said library members have been asking when events would to start up again.
“The summer programs and events guide is out – check out a great range of activities to keep yourself and family entertained from December to March,” she said.
“When you visit from now until Christmas, please help us to Delivery Joy to people in need – we are accepting donations of non-perishables at all our libraries to pass on to the community and make this festive season a little brighter.
“It’s time to reconnect with your library, and we cant wait to see you.”
Casey Cardinia Libraries works with several charity organisations in the region to deliver its Deliver Joy campaign to support locals in need who are doing it tough and assistance over the festive period.
Local residents can donate non-perishable items, toiletries and unwrapped toys to their local library.
A number of Christmas holiday events are set to be held across the Casey Cardinia Libraries, as well as author talks, book groups, the BIG Summer Reading Program and regular Story Times, Baby Rhyme Times and Tinies Times.
A jam-packed school holiday program will also be on offer including cooking classes, origami workshops and bilingual story times.
All events are free but bookings are essential and in line with Covid-19 regulations, visitors will need to check in and show proof of vaccination status.
To get involved, visitevents.ccl.vic.gov.au