Meet other avid readers who are eager to chat about what they are reading. Hear recommendations, reviews and insights from different perspectives.
A registered Justice of the Peace is available to certify documents every Wednesday morning at Lerderderg Library.
Moorabool Makers is an opportunity to socially connect with fellow crafters, create, craft, chat.
Weekly 1 on 1 assistance: Learn how to use and navigate technology.
Movies in the Marsh is an opportunity to socially connect over something many of us love, movies
Learn the skills you need to live in a society where communication and access to information is increasingly through digital technologies like internet platforms, social media and mobile devices.
Native grasslands are home to a rich diversity of plants and animals. Learn about the ecology, restoration and history of native grasslands from three experts in the field.
Local fruit farmer Jeff Jones recounts his journey of moving orchards from the east of Melbourne to Bacchus Marsh, the challenges and opportunities of Mother Nature’s unpredictability, adapting to new diverse landscape and what the future of farming may look like in Moorabool.
Local Mycologist Ema Corro details the importance of fungi in nature and how people can participate in fungal ecology and conservation through citizen science. Ema is a Mycologist and has extensive experience in mushroom cultivation and fungal ecology.