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So who are the Friends of the Unley Libraries (FoUL)? What do they do? And what benefits are available to our members?
The aims of FoUL:
And, of course, to meet new people and have some fun.
Benefits to members are many:
All members are welcome to attend the monthly meetings every third Wednesday of the month, 2pm in the Unley Civic Library.
To join, please enquire at the Unley Libraries, pick up a membership form, or download it here - print it out, fill it in and pay the small fee at any of the Unley Libraries.
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The City of Unley Libraries Family History collection provides access to a range of resources including birth, death and marriage certificates, South Australian and interstate indexes and access to the vast international online repository, Ancestry Library Edition.
Goodwood Library - Quiet Study Area
101 Goodwood Road, Goodwood SA 5063
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am–6pm.
Phone 8372 5426 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unley Libraries is part of the One Card network where South Australian library customers can now use any public library across SA with a single card, and have access to over 4 million items. Members can borrow and return from any library in the State.
For more information visit the SA Libraries website.
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Every Friday morning during school term, we offer our Babytime program aimed specifically at 0-2 year olds. Sit your child on your lap and enjoy 30 minutes of songs, rhymes, finger plays and stories.
Fridays 10.30am & 11.30am
Alternating Unley Town Hall & Goodwood Community Centre
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