Great line up of events at Campaspe Libraries

Off the back of an extremely successful holiday program period, the Campaspe Regional Library Service has the coming months covered with another exciting line up of events for people of all ages.

Regulatory and Community Services General Manager, Paul McKenzie said exhibitions, workshops and programs have been scheduled to coincide with significant days on the international calendar.

“We are excited to deliver a variety of opportunities for our community members to celebrate significant events such as International Woman’s Day and St Patrick’s Day,” Mr McKenzie said.

Currently on exhibition, the Land is Family Exhibition by fine art photography artist Jenani Therone, showcases 12 carefully chosen pieces which captures life on the land in the Wimmera over a 12 month period. It is a celebration of Australian agriculture and the resilience of farming families during times of drought.

To coincide with this, Jenani will be a guest speaker at the International Woman’s Day event at the Echuca Library branch on Sunday, 8 March. Renowned author Toni Jordan will also be joining the conversation.

Toni has written highly acclaimed novels including Addition, Fall Girl, Our Tiny Useless Hearts, Nine Days (VCE English Curriculum 2020) and The Fragments. These books will be available to purchase on the day courtesy of Collins Booksellers.

“The event includes book signings, question time and afternoon tea,” Mr McKenzie said.

Other upcoming events at Campaspe Libraries include the ‘Welcome to Echuca Moama’ night – an opportunity for people who have recently moved here, retired or those looking to be more involved with their community to come along and see what our shire has to offer.

An event to celebrate ‘This Girl Can Vic Week’, the all new Walking Podcast Tour will see special headphones supplied to participants where they will tune in to an ABC National Radio Podcast and walk for 25-30 minutes followed by a “cuppa and chat’ at the library afterwards.

“This is a great opportunity to be active and entertained at the same time,” Mr McKenzie said.

Also coming up are technology sessions for seniors and Centrelink information sessions on aged care and retirement. For a bit of light-hearted fun and entertainment, there is an Irish sing along event to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

Upcoming events:

1 March – 30 May

Autumn Book Binge

all library branches

8 March


International Woman’s Day event

Echuca Library

17 March

2 – 3.30pm

Irish sing-a-long for St Patrick’s Day

Echuca Library

18 March

5 – 8pm

Welcome to Echuca Moama night

Echuca Library

26 March

1 – 2.30pm

Walking podcast tour

start at Echuca Library

30 March – 9 April


School holiday program

all library branches

20 April


Social Seniors information session – building online skills

Echuca Library

22 April

1 – 3pm

Centrelink session – Understanding the age pension and your choices

Echuca Library

29 April

1 – 3pm

Centrelink session – Understanding retirement income streams

Echuca Library

6 May

1 – 3pm

Centrelink session – Understanding aged care costs – fees & charges

Echuca Library

The ever popular school holiday program starts on 30 March when daily crafts and activities will be available to children and families.

/Public Release. The material in this public release comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here.