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I’m a celebrity – what the hell am I doing here?

Thursday 10 August
FREE │Great Southern Room

Discover famous non-Western Australians who have records in the State Library. 

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National Family History Month

August is National Family History Month

The State Library presents tours, talks and workshops to help you get the most out of your family history research during National Family History Month.

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Opening Hours

Monday-Thursday
9:00am-8:00pm

Friday
9:00am-5:30pm

Saturday-Sunday
10:00am-5:30pm

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As a member you can borrow books and other items from our collection.

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Venues

Hire rooms for seminars, conferences, presentations, training sessions and interviews.

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Disrupted Festival of Ideas

Saturday 29 July to Sunday 30 July

Disrupted Festival of Ideas 29-30 June.

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National Family History Month - Grow Your Family Tree

Tuesday 08 August to Wednesday 09 August

Are you interested in researching your family tree but don’t know where to start, or an experienced researcher looking for hints to break do

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I’m a celebrity – what the hell am I doing here?

Thursday 10 August

Discover famous non-Western Australians who have records in the State Library.

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Colour Me

Wednesday 26 July to Wednesday 16 August

In the picture book Colour Me by Western Australia’s Ezekiel Kwaymullina and Moira Court, a rainbow is used as a metaphor for our diversity

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