Frankston City Libraries – summer reading challenge


Summer Reading Challenge
1 December 2020 – 31 January 2021

Young readers up for the challenge

Supercharge your summer with the Frankston City Libraries Summer Reading Challenge. Kids aged 0-18 are encouraged to get reading and explore their local library.

Read for 20 hours across December and January, and go in the draw for some great prizes. Reading is an awesome way to chill out and relax this summer.

“At Frankston City Libraries we’re committed to improving literacy skills in our community and this program is a great example of how we’re making reading fun,” said Frankston City Libraries Manager, Tammy Goodwin.

Register now to download your reading record via or visit the Carrum Downs, Frankston or Seaford libraries to collect your reading record.


School Holiday Program this January!

Frankston City Libraries has partnered with a range of organisations to bring kids of all ages a fabulous and free school holiday program.

With events being delivered both online and in-person, there is something for everyone.

Choose from art classes, DIY projects, meditation and yoga and STEM challenges.

All events are free of charge, but bookings are essential!


Online FrankTALK with Sam Hawke

Friday 11 December

Join Sam Hawke, multi-award winning author, as she chats to Frankston City Libraries about her latest release, Hollow Empire. This is an online event, so tune in from anywhere in the world and find out more about this brilliant new fantasy novel from the acclaimed author herself.


Online workshop: Doing It All! Women’s Health and Wellbeing

Wednesday 20 January

Join Frankston City Libraries as we consider what we can learn from 2020 to take into 2021. The Doing it All! Women’s Health and Wellbeing workshop is designed to give women tangible strategies in making empowered decisions around inner purpose and holistic wellbeing. This free, online workshop is the perfect way to say goodbye to a year like no other.


Fine Free for Frankston City Libraries

Frankston City Libraries have recently gone fine free. This move in abolishing fees for late returns will ensure that all residents have access to essential library services, including resources to assist in job seeking and schooling. The library service, which includes branches in Frankston, Seaford and Carrum Downs, has also waived existing fines. They’re looking forward to seeing more life-long learners back in the library.


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