Get help with English, math, science, assignment research and study skills for
grades 3-12.

 Signing in

From our library website, use your Grove library card to sign in online, from the library or at home.

Students don’t need any appointments, they can just sign in for an on-demand conversation about their study, homework, or writing question.

 

# Due to license restrictions your tutor is only available for residents of the Town of Cottesloe,
Shire of Peppermint Grove and the Town of Mosman Park.

 

The library will be closed for the public holiday
Monday, 1 June 2015

                             Items can be returned using the after-hours return chute during times the library is closed.

The library reopens Tuesday 2 June.
 Happy Western Australia Day

 

 

 

 

 

A Little Bit of Literature Out Loud

  An evening of literature and laughter with the funniest books ever written, skilfully narrated by the Grove’s raconteur-in-residence, Glenn Swift.

Wednesday 27 May
7 pm – 8.30 pm
Cost: $15

 

 

 
trenches

Gallipoli Dead from Western Australia
by Shannon Lovelady

When researcher, writer and Presbyterian Ladies’ College archivist Shannon Lovelady learned no one knew how many West Australians perished at Gallipoli, she established the Gallipoli Dead from Western Australia project to determine the number.

As project leader she gathered the data and a team of skilled researchers, and worked it out.

Hear her talk about the Project – how it came about, the team involved, the sources used and the incredible stories unearthed along the way, as they worked out how many West Australians were killed at Gallipoli, and who they are.

Date: 20 April 2015

Time: 2:00pm

Venue: The Grove Community Centre

Cost: FREE

Bookings essential as places are limited.
Please call (08) 9286 8686 to secure your place.

 

School holidays are nearly here and we have a fun array of activities for kids to try.

Scroll down and check out what you would like to try.

The Portuguese Movie Day!
Thursday 9th July

Come and see your favourite characters from Brazil and Australia speaking in Portuguese! Audio in Portuguese, Subtitles in English.
$2.00 cover charge for drinks & pop corn

MOVIE 1 -    RIO start time 10:15am (92 min.)

MOVIE 2 -   Finding Nemo start time 1:45 (100 min)

Come and try the Cubs
Monday 13th July

Time: 1.30pm – 3.00pm
Place: The Grove Library

Mosman Bay Cub Pack will run a ‘come try’
session at the Grove Library.
The school holiday session is for
girls and boys aged 8 to 11.

There will be no charge and will give young people the opportunity to try some different scouting activities such as knot tying, cooking and handicrafts. 

Naidoc Week in July
Thursday 16th

1.30pm – 2.30pm

Let your imagination soar back to the dreamtime by creating your
own dreamtime art.
For ages 6 +

KIDS ”Make it’ ‘Sew it’ workshop
Saturday: 18th July

Start Time: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Make an awesome pencil case/sewing kit out of recycled drink bottles.
Bring two or three same-sized water or soft drink plastic bottles to create your own zip up container.

Ages 8 – 12
(younger children may need an adult to assist)

Bookings essential as there are
limited places available

RING 9286 8686

 
national trust

Events at The Grove Library to celebrate the National Trust’s Heritage Festival 2015

20th April @ 2pm
Book yourself in for an afternoon with Shannon Lovelady. Learn about her inspiring World War 1 project and the work she and her team has done to uncover the stories of those who lost their lives defending Australia. The Lecture will be followed by afternoon tea and a chance to share your own stories. Bookings essential – call 08 9286 8686

30th April – running all day
Back by popular demand are our one-on-one scanning workshops. Learn how to protect your family photographs by converting them into digital images which can be shared or used to produce digital books, calendars, cards and more. Sessions are one hour in length and will run throughout the day. Booking essential – call 08 9286 8686

Flyer

© 2010 The Grove Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha

Switch to our mobile site