History - his story and her story - changing perceptions on the writing of history
Bassendean History at the Library History - his story and her story - changing perceptions on the writing of history
Dr Glen McLaren, professional historian, will talk about his experience of writing a history of Bassendean from 1970s to the present.
Dr McLaren is the author of many local histories, has a family connection to the area and will provide an informative evening. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear more about the history of the council, community and changes in Bassendean. Friday 11 July from 7.15pm for 7.30pm start in the Library meeting room.
The event will be catered for and bookings are
essential. Phone 9279 2966 or email email@example.com
Calling all collectors and hobby enthusiasts!
The Library has exhibition wall space and two lockable display cases available for local artists and groups to exhibit art, craft and collections.
Contact Jill, Marie or Renata 9279 2966 for more details.
Say the Word!
The Bassendean Library, the Word. The new edition is out now, simply click on this LINK.
DVDs and CDs
New DVDs & CDs are added to our collection every month. Click here to view the list or drop in to the library to check our shelves.
For pre-schoolers, every Thursday and Friday 10.30-11.30 during school terms. Stories followed by simple craft. No need to book, just drop in.
It is Rhyme Time @ Bassendean Library
Special Story time session for babies 0-18 months every Wednesday 11.00am during school term.
Better Beginnings - Family Literacy Program now available in Bassendean
This exciting program, promotes to all parents the importance of reading, rhyming and talking to your baby.
For the month of July displays are:
Dianne Ryder enlisted at
the Women’s Royal Australian Army Corps School, Mosman, NSW in 1974, and served in the Army until 1995. When asked what were the highlights of her time in the Army, Dianne commented “A sense of pride. It made me believe in myself. I enjoyed my time in the Army, met lots of people, made friends, and as an Aboriginal person, believed I could achieve anything with hard work and determination”.