The City of Tea Tree Gully Library will be holding a Living Library event on Wednesday 20 October. The aim of this event is to provide a positive, friendly and informal experience where people feel they can have a conversation with someone they would not normally meet, but from whom they have something to learn.
This is your opportunity to have a conversation with a ‘Living Book’ – someone of a particular stereotype or profession who has many stories to tell. The Living Library enables groups to educate people and challenge the most common prejudices in a safe and relaxed environment.
This year’s event gives you the chance to speak to 10 ‘books’ including a funeral director, Metropolitan Fire Service firefighter, nun, car enthusiast and indigenous elder. What do you want to ask?
Date and time: Wednesday 20 October from 10:00am to 3:00pm
Venue: City of Tea Tree Gully Library Relaxed Reading Area
Bookings: No bookings required
While this event is aimed primarily at high school students, members of the public are welcome to attend. For more information please phone 8397 7470.
See you there!