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When: Monday, 18 September 2017 - 7:15 PM - 8:30 PM Where: Civic Centre at Conference Room The Melville History Society and the City of Melville invite you to the annual Murdoch Lecture presented by Dr Arjun Subrahmanyan, lecturer in South East Asian Studies at Murdoch University. Does democracy have any social resonance in a region that has featured many authoritarian regimes? The lecture will investigate the history of democracy among Australia's neighbours and the conflicting strands of political culture in South East Asia.
When: Thursday, 14 September 2017 - 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Where: A.H. Bracks Library As part of Australian Reading Hour, AH Bracks Library will be visited by Rambo the Story Dog. Spend an hour reading to and with Rambo. We will have lots of stories about dogs for Rambo to listen to and children will have the opportunity to read to Rambo. He loves to listen!
When: Wednesday, 13 September 2017 - 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Where: Civic Square Library This session will teach you the basic skills to participate safely online whether you are using a computer, smartphone or tablet.
City of Melville Libraries are excited to introduce a new mobile service giving residents easy access to printing services from their own personal devices, wherever they may be.\n
The City of Melville is calling on residents to help steer the direction of the City’s revised Cultural Plan 2017-2022 by participating in a short online survey on the community engagement website melvilletalks.com.au.