Events and Programs
Join us for the 2020 Autumn Book Binge! It's easy to play – just pick up a game card from any of our libraries.
How to play -
Read or listen to a book of your choice from any of the nine book categories:
Set in Victoria
Fact to fiction
Book to screen
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers.
(If you're looking for ideas, check out the suggested books on the program posters at your local library.)
Fill in your game card to keep track of the books you read or listen to between 1 March and 31 May 2020.
How to enter
Once you’ve completed a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line on the game card, you can fill out the entry slips attached to the game card.
To be in the monthly draw, drop your entry into your local library branch by the end of each month.
A Readings book voucher is up for grabs at each library service for one lucky reader for each month of the competition.
Join in the conversation and share your book reviews and recommendations on social media, using hashtag #AutumnBookBinge.
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Book Chat - Kerang
Enjoy a relaxing morning as we share favourite books, get ideas on what to read next and discuss book inspired themes. Morning tea provided.
Book Chat is held at 10.30am at the Kerang Library on the 2nd Wednesday of every month except January.
Books on Wheels
Books on Wheels delivers books, magazines, audio books and DVDs to people who are unable to access the library themselves.
To register for the Books on Wheels contact the Sir John Gorton Library on (03) 5452 1546.
Once registered, a library staff member will visit the home of the participant to get to know them and gain an understanding of the types of resources they would like to receive. Councils Community Care team will then link participants with a volunteer to deliver resources to their home on a monthly basis.