Young people in Wyndham are being encouraged to participate in Wyndham’s Way Out West Youth Photography competition and exhibition.
With scores of people through the doors and an ever-expanding range of services on offer, Wyndham City’s libraries continue to remain a much-loved service for the Wyndham community.
Wyndham residents are being encouraged to share their opinions on Council’s Draft Wyndham Learning Community Strategy.
The newly redeveloped Point Cook Community Learning Centre is proving to be a huge hit with the local community, especially for library lovers.
The biographies of local World War One (WWI) soldiers will be launched to coincide with the centenary of WW1.
More young people in Wyndham will be turning the pages of books thanks to more than $33,000 received as part of the 2018-19 Premiers’ Reading Challenge Book Fund.
Volunteers and Council staff with over 200 years of combined genealogy experience are ready and waiting to help Wyndham residents discover their heritage this Family History Month.
The winners of the Way Out West photography competition have been revealed, with five talented young photographers being recognised.
From learning how to run your own circus to discovering the joys of traditional Aboriginal weaving, Wyndham City Libraries has something for all kids to enjoy these school holidays.
Point Cook Library will reopen on Monday 3 September from 10am.