What’s On: South Perth libraries to host Australia’s Biggest Morning Teas

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THE South Perth Libraries will host Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on May 24 from 10.30-11.30am.

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is an opportunity for friends, family and workmates to come together, share a cuppa and some delicious food while helping those affected by cancer.

Bring your own tea cup or mug.

Gold coin donation entry.

HOSTED by The Forever Project, Getting the Goods on Growing Great Vegetables and Herbs is part of a series of educational workshops.

Participants of the workshop on May 30, from 6-9pm, will get the latest advice on home composting and converting their waste into rich plant food, growing delicious, nutrient dense organic vegies in containers, rejuvenating your vegie beds, easy micro greens, making microbial brews and effective integrated organic pest and weed management.

Registration is required.

Visit www.eventbrite.com.au.

THE Family History Group will meet at the Victoria Park Library on May 15.

Three sessions will take place between 9.30am and 11am, 11am and 12.30pm and 1pm and 2.30pm.

To participate, bookings need to be made by contacting the library, or make your booking at the library front counter.

You must be a current library member to attend.

Bring any of your current family history information, as well as a pencil or a pen, paper and a memory stick (USB) to save your work.

Library members have access to Ancestry.com library edition via the public computers and family historian will be on hand to help you get started or to fill in the gaps.

NATIONAL Simultaneous Storytime will be celebrated at Ruth Faulkner Public Library on Wednesday, May 23, from 10.45am to 11.30am.

The event is a fun and vibrant celebration of early literacy and Australian children’s literature.

A special guest will be reading Hickory Dickory Dash at 11am, so dash on in for a great story that will be shared all around Australia and New Zealand.

Call 9477 7150 and ask for assistance if you do not have an email address.

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