This events calendar includes City events, as well as independent community and commercial events. The City is not responsible for all events listed below and any questions or queries should be directed to the event organiser (as per the contact information on the event page).
These storytime sessions are suitable for children aged 2 - 5 years and include stories and songs.
These rhymetime sessions are suitable for children aged 0 to 2 years, and offer a fun and educational experience for both young ones and parents.
The LETS program assists children and their families to improve and practice English in a fun and educational environment. This program runs for 8 weeks.
The LETS program assists children and their families to improve and practice English in a fun and educational environment.
Bring along your current craft project to Stirling Libraries - Karrinyup and join us for a cuppa and some crafting on Wednesday afternoons!
Sensory sing and play is an inclusive program of songs and sensory play based learning in a small group setting. Suitable for babies 6-18 months and their caregiver.
To assist our customers with diverse sensory needs Osborne Library are creating a calmer and quieter environment in the library every Friday 9.30-11.30am
Come to Stirling Libraries this December School Holidays and play with our super cute little BeeBots. Learn the basic concepts of coding. Suitable for ages 5-8 years
Come to Stirling Libraries this December School Holidays and play with our super cute little BeeBots. Learn the basic concepts of coding. Suitable for ages 5-8 year
Come to Stirling Libraries this December School Holidays and make a light up Christmas card using paper circuits. Suitable for ages 7-12 years.
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City of Stirling kaadatj Nyoongar moort Nyoongar boodja-k Wadjak boodja-k. Ngalak kaadatj Nyoongar nedingar wer birdiya koora koora wer yeyi. Baalabang koondarm, malayin wer nakolak baalap yang ngalany-al. Ngalak dandjoo barn wer kaaratj bandang boodja-k.
The City of Stirling acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Wadjak people of the Nyoongar Nation, and pays respect to the Elders both past and present for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.