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“No Need to Whisper” Tuesday Club

Jan 15, 2019

“No Need to Whisper” Tuesday Club

Were you taught to whisper when in a library? “No Need To Whisper” Club: Drop in every Tuesday from 10.30.  Free coffee, tea, biscuits and games at the library. Come alone, with a friend or with little ones. Enjoy rummy tiles or card games, scrabble or puzzles, watch a DVD, read a magazine or just mingle – and you don’t have to be a library member.

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Little Lamm Playtime

Jan 17, 2019

Little Lamm Playtime

Story Telling every Thursday, From 10:30 am, for 3 years old and under. Come and enjoy the music, toys and story time. Free to all, so come and try! No booking necessary. Parking on site and ramp access.

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Zumba Gold

Jan 31, 2019

Zumba Gold

Ladies only Fitness sessions for the young at heart. Gentle dance classes where you can move at your own pace. Thursday mornings, 10.30-11.15 304 Hawthorn Rd, South Caulfield. Cost $6 non members, $5 members Enquiries 92725611 or info@ljla.org.au

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Crafty Ladies

Feb 5, 2019

Crafty Ladies

Sewing, collage, card making, painting, art, scrapbooking – or do your own thing! First Tuesday of the month (but no session during Pesach or on Cup Day) 1pm – 3.00pm At the LAMM Library, 304 Hawthorn Rd, Caulfield. Tea and coffee provided Materials at cost ($5 or less) Bookings preferred. 92725611 or info@ljla.org.au

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Book Club: The Interestings

Feb 25, 2019

Book Club: The Interestings

By Meg Wolitzer:   The Interestings explores the meaning of talent; the nature of envy; the roles of class, art, money, and power; and how all of it can shift and tilt precipitously over the course of a friendship and a life. The summer that Nixon resigns, six teenagers at a summer camp for the arts become inseparable. Decades later the bond remains powerful, but so much else has changed....

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Book Club: Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous Situations

Mar 25, 2019

Book Club: Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous Situations

Ancient Philosophy for Modern Problems   by Jules Evans When philosophy rescued him from an emotional crisis, Jules Evans became fascinated by how ideas invented over two thousand years ago can help us today. He interviewed soldiers, psychologists, gangsters, astronauts, and anarchists and discovered the ways that people are using philosophy now to build better lives. Ancient philosophy has inspired modern communities — Socratic cafés, Stoic armies, Epicurean communes — and even whole nations in the quest for the good life. This book is an invitation to a dream school with a rowdy faculty that includes twelve of the greatest philosophers from the ancient world, sharing their lessons on happiness, resilience, and much more. Lively and inspiring, this is philosophy for the street, for the workplace, for the battlefield, for love, for...

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