We have a range of free events and activities at the library for adults, including author talks, craft sessions, book chat and more.

Register now for one of our upcoming events or programs.

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Reading Circle 

Are you interested in joining a reading circle to build confidence in reading and understanding English? If you’re aged 18+ and are interested in attending on a regular basis, please complete this form.

Regular Programs

Discover our regular programs in person and online below and book in for one today.

All Ages Chess

Join us for All Ages Chess at Point Cook Library. Beginners and experienced players are welcome. Our experienced Chess Club Volunteers will be available to help with basic rules, strategies and to referee games. 

Enjoy a game with your friends or family and meet other Chess enthusiasts in the Library!

Point Cook Library
Tuesdays 4-5pm

No bookings required. School term only.

Beginners Computer Classes

Come along to a small group class and learn beginners computer skills, or more about specific popular programs like Microsoft Word or Excel.

See all of our Library IT Programs here

Book Chat

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Join our monthly book chat to talk about the books you love. Share reading recommendations and meet new friends over a cuppa in the Library. No bookings required.

The April session of Book Chat will be held at the Julia Gillard Library Tarneit.

Tuesday 4 April

10.30am - 11.30am

Craft and Conversation

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Are you a craft lover?

Join our monthly program to create a new craft each session. Materials are free, conversation is included, and you can take home your finished project.

Bookings required. Bookings open 3 weeks before the session.

Manor Lakes Library, 2nd Friday of the month, 10:30am – 12:30pm Register here

Julia Gillard Library Tarneit, 3rd Friday of the month, 10.30am – 12.30pm Register here

Point Cook Library, 4th Friday of the month, 11am – 1pm Register here

Werribee Library, 4th Tuesday of the month, 1pm – 3pm Register here

Williams Landing Library Lounge, 1st Wednesday of the month, 2pm - 4pm Register here

Pop Up Library at The Grange Community Centre, 1st Wednesday of the month, 2:30pm-4:30pm Register here

English Conversation Café

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At English Conversation Café you can practise your English skills, meet new people, and learn from others. This is a great way for you to connect with the community and maybe even make new friends.

In person sessions

English Conversation Café sessions held at the following libraries do not require bookings:

Hoppers Crossing Library, Mondays, 11am – 12pm

Julia Gillard Library Tarneit, Wednesdays, 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Manor Lakes Library, Wednesdays, 1pm – 2pm

Point Cook Library, Mondays, 2pm – 3pm

Werribee Library, Fridays, 11am – 12pm

Williams Landing Library Lounge, Tuesdays, 2pm - 3pm

Booking Information
Tickets will be available 15 minutes before the start of the session and will be offered on a strict first-come, first-served basis. See library staff on the day for ticketing information.

All sessions held online require bookings and open 1 week before each session.

Online, Thursdays, 12pm – 1pm Register here

eSafety sessions

We've partnered with BeConnected to provide learning for older Australians to stay safe online. 

See Library IT Programs for all the programs, including Can you Spot a Scam? and Selling Safely Online.

Library IT Programs

Family History Groups

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We have two Family History Groups that meet at our Libraries to support people working on Family Histories.

Hoppers Crossing Library

Last Saturday of the month 

10am – 12pm


Manor Lakes Library

First Tuesday of the month 

1:30pm – 3:30pm


IT help

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Do you need some focused support with computers or technology? Free digital training is available.

Book a 30 minute IT help session, and our friendly staff will help you.

Help available includes:

  • Searching the internet
  • Using email
  • Accessing the online library
  • Setting up a MyGov account, and accessing your vaccine status
  • Help booking your vaccination appointment
  • Connecting online with social media
  • Connecting with online video calls

This is an in-person, or online session, and Microsoft Teams will be used to provide demonstrative information and assistance. Phone support is also available.

This is a session, not a class.

Bookings essential:

Online session
Manor Lakes Library
Hoppers Crossing Library
Point Cook Library
Tarneit Library
Werribee Library

There is also a fantastic range of self paced training on these topics and more available at BeConnected.

Recently Returned Podcast

Tune in to Recently Returned, our podcast on books and reading. Subscribe to hear interviews with guest authors, book recommendations from our librarians and discussions on what we’ve been reading. You can stream Recently Returned via Apple Podcasts, Listen Notes and Spotify.

See recent episodes and transcripts

Star Weaving - One Billion Stars

One Billion Stars

The One Billion Stars project (formerly One Million Stars to End Violence) was founded by Maryann Talia Pau, a Samoan – Australian weaving artist, and her husband Mark Yettica-Paulson, an Indigenous leader and cross-cultural specialist. After creating an installation of one million hand woven stars from over 15 countries for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, our new goal is to weave one billion stars by 2032.

The purpose of weaving stars is to continue nurturing global conversations of how to end violence using the joy and healing power of the arts and traditional crafts. Each woven star is a beautiful symbol of light, courage and solidarity to end all forms of violence, including violence against women, bullying and racism.

No bookings required. 

Point Cook Library
Friday 17 February, 3-4pm
Friday 17 March, 3-4pm
Thursday 23 March, 6:30-8:30pm

Tarneit Library
Friday 24 March, 3:30-4:30pm
Friday 31 March, 3:30-4:30pm

Writing Group Online

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Come along to one of Wyndham City Libraries free writing groups for adult writers of all levels of experience. Get your creative juices flowing with exercises designed to inspire and develop your writing skills in a fun and friendly environment.

Online, 4th Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm – 8.30pm

Bookings open 2 weeks before each session.

Register here

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