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The COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainty for many, including retirees, pensioners and those impacted by unemployment. Join Noel as he gives advice for those who may be concerned about the… Read more
Learn to craft a taut and compelling thriller. Our presenter is J.P Pomare, the award-winning author of Call Me Evie, In The Clearing, and Tell Me Lies. Learn new skills… Read more
Experienced volunteer researchers, Martin Hawkins and Michelle Jackson, are offering family history research assistance via email correspondence. You can now arrange to email your research queries for up to 1.5… Read more
Family history research is the fastest growing hobby in the world. Get one-on-one online assistance from an experienced volunteer researcher. By registering, you agree for Logan City Council Libraries to… Read more
Missing your local English Conversation Group? Join us for an online group meeting where you can practise your conversation skills. Learners of all levels are welcome. Read more
On 23 February 1864, 22 families came to the Logan District on the steamer Diamond. Learn how their community prospered despite initial hardships. Read more
Join our day time virtual book club, which brings Australian authors into your home. We will read contemporary Australian fiction and memoirs. Once you register, we will be in contact… Read more
Logan City Council Libraries is hosting two virtual book clubs in 2021. Our day time virtual book club brings Australian authors into your home. This book club meets on the… Read more
This course provides tips for creating an online professional profile. It includes a guided activity on creating a LinkedIn profile. Designed for people who have little to no experience creating… Read more