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Library Statistics

View a snap-shot of the City of Vincent Library & Local History Centre's Monthly Statistics


Mount Hawthorn School Archives launch

A launch to celebrate the safe storage of the Mount Hawthorn Primary School's and Margaret Kindergarten's archives in the Local History Centre.


Library Closure - Labour Day Public Holiday

The Library will be closed on Monday 6 March 2017 for the Labour Day Public Holiday.


Seniors Wellness Talk

Come along to hear presentations on how to keep healthy from:
Cancer Council
Stay On Your Feet (Fuel Your Body)
The Continence Foundation.
A healthy morning tea will be included!


Prepare your child for a digital rich future

Do you find yourself a little lost when it comes to your child and the way they learn - especially in a technology environment?
TechCamps4Kids is hosting a complimentary session for parents to help them understand their child and how they learn. Parents will gain valuable tools to help unlock unlimited potential within their child which they can apply immediately.


Telling your story: making a video

Telling your story of your family story, illustrated with photographs in a video, can be much more appealing to your family than reading about it. Be inspired in how to make a video for your children and grandchildren.


Her Mother's Secret : Natasha Lester

We welcome Australian historical fiction author, Natasha Lester, as our guest for our April Forum.


Researching the history of your house

A workshop with historian Kris Bizzaca who will introduce the various online resources and those available in the Local History Centre when researching the history of your house.


Computers for Seniors Workshops

Our next available Computers for Seniors Workshop is on Wednesday 17 May 2017 10am to 12noon.
Workshops are limited to 15 attendees and bookings are essential.

Local History Image Library - Now Online

Great news for all those who are curious to see old photographs of Vincent – many of the photographs in our Local History Collection are now accessible anywhere, anytime via the new online image library. Get browsing!