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Location: Prahran, Vic., Australia

Little Libraries

There are 6 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

140 High Street, Prahran, Victoria 3181 Australia
Prahran Library (0.1 miles)
180 Greville Street, Prahran, Victoria 3181 Australia
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Rear of 115 Greville Street, Prahran, Vic 3181 Australia
Alternate Worlds (0.3 miles)
76 Chapel Street, Windsor, Victoria 3181 Australia
38 Chapel St, Windsor, Melbourne, VIC 318 Australia
513 Malvern Road, Hawksburn, Vic 3142 Australia
606 High Street, Prahran, VIC 3181 Australia
340 Toorak Road, South Yarra, Victoria 3141 Australia
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214 St Kilda Road, St Kilda, Victoria 3182 Australia
Bookhouse (1.0 miles)
137 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda, VICTORIA 3182 Australia
91 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda, Victoria 3182 Australia
150 Carlisle Street, St Kilda, VIC 3182 Australia
3 - 13 William Street, Balaclava, Victoria 3183 Australia
112 Acland St, St Kilda, Victoria 3182 Australia
Grant's Bookshop (1.4 miles)
Rear 909 High Street, Armadale, 3143 VIC Australia
Books Illustrated (1.5 miles)
300 Beaconsfield Parade, Middle Park, Victoria 3206 Australia
1067 High St, Armadale, VIC Australia
corner Nimmo & Richardson Streets, Middle Park, VIC 3206 Australia
Booktalk (1.8 miles)
91 Swan Street, Richmond, Victoria 3121 Australia
415 Church Street, Richmond, Vic 3121 Australia
Readings - Malvern (2.0 miles)
185 Glenferrie Rd, Malvern, Victoria 3144 Australia
Jeffreys Books (2.1 miles)
140 Glenferrie Road, Malvern, Victoria 3144 Australia
Books in Print (2.1 miles)
100 Glenferrie Rd, Malvern, Victoria 3144 Australia
Corner Montague Street & Dundas Place, Albert Park, Vic 3206 Australia
corner Bank & Perrins Streets, South Melbourne, VIC 3205 Australia

Local events

Sep
17
Pompey Elliott
Moreland City Libraries - Coburg Library -, Wednesday, September 17 at 8pm
Pompey Elliott, Australia’s most famous fighting general in World War I, was a
charismatic, controversial, tempestuous and outstandingly successful commander. No Australian general was more revered by his men or more renowned outside his
own command. The Coburg Historical Society presents Ross McMullin, author
of the award-winning, Pompey Elliott, who will entertain and amuse you with
stories about the remarkable Pompey, who features in the upcoming ABC TV docudrama The war that changed us. (Chris-86)
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Sep
24
Changing gears
Moreland City Libraries - Brunswick Library, Wednesday, September 24 at 7:45pm
Greg Foyster’s book Changing gears: a pedal-powered detour from the rat race, tells of a 6500 kilometre cycling journey from Melbourne to far north Queensland, via Tasmania! Be inspired by his life changing adventure as Greg discusses some of the interesting and eccentric characters he met along the way and, importantly, what he discovered about living more sustainably, downsizing, and giving more attention to things that really matter. Greg is a widely published journalist, has presented at writers festivals around Australia and was featured in The Age’s ‘Top 100’ inspiring and influential Melburnians.

The book will be available for purchase and signing on the night. (Chris-86)
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Sep
29
Graeme Base - Author Talk & Book Signing
Embiggen Books, Monday, September 29 at 6:30pm
Graeme Base
Author Talk & Book Signing
Free Event
Public
Ph: 03 9662 2062 (added from Penguin Australia)
Oct
2
Simon Rickard - Author Talk & Book Signing
Kew Library, Thursday, October 2 at 7pm
Simon Rickard, Heirloom Vegetables: A guide to their history and varieties
Author Talk & Book Signing
Free Event
Public
Ph: (03) 9278 4666 (added from Penguin Australia)
Oct
3
Graeme Base - Book Signing
Melbourne Zoo, Friday, October 3 at 11am
Graeme Base
Book Signing
Free Event
Public (added from Penguin Australia)
Oct
10
Good conversation. Great wine: Favel Parrett
Favel Parrett burst onto the Australian literary scene in a flood of well-deserved praise (and comparisons to Tim Winton) with her darkly beautiful debut, Past the Shallows, shortlisted for the Miles Franklin. Her much-anticipated second novel is When the Night Comes, an evocative story about the power fear and kindness have to change lives.

Arrive at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start.

Good conversation. Great wine

This year, the Wheeler Centre is bringing you a taste of the best Australian writing, in a new Friday night series on the Mornington Peninsula.

In partnership with Montalto, we’re serving up a unique series of evening events that combine all the elements of the very best dinner party: stimulating ideas, good conversation, and great food and wine. And all you need to do is turn up.

Sit back and relax with a fine wine ‐ and choose from a carefully selected menu of fresh food from the renowned Montalto kitchen.

In partnership with Montalto Vineyard & Olive Grove.

Presenter

Favel Parrett

Favel Parrett was a recipient of an Australian Society of Authors Mentorship in 2009 and has had a number of short stories published in journals including Island, Griffith Review and Best Australian Stories. Her first novel Past the Shallows is published by Hachette Australia. (rodneyvc)
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Event location: Montalto Vineyard & Olive Grove, 33 Shoreham Road, Red Hill South, Victoria 3937
Oct
12
Graeme Base - Book Signing
Writers at the Convent, Sunday, October 12 at 12pm
Graeme Base
Book Signing
Free Event
Public (added from Penguin Australia)
Nov
29
Rodney Dunn - Cooking Class
The Essential Ingredient Prahran, Saturday, November 29 at 10am
Rodney Dunn, The agrarian kitchen
Cooking Class
$275.00
Public
Ph: (03) 9827 9047 (added from Penguin Australia)
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