Calling all rowdy people! It’s time to get loud at the library!
Laugh, sing, dance, stop and shout at events during this extraordinarily noisy week.
Laugh and have fun together with drumming, magic, comedy, music and more.
See below for events happening during the week of Monday 26 September to Sunday 2 October…
All events are free, bookings are essential.
Keeping The Beat- Rhythm And Recycling!
Monday 26th September, 10.30am
It’s time to get Loud at The Library with our noisy, exciting, interactive percussion show.
Have fun “Keeping the Beat” using found objects as instruments. Enjoy clapping, stomping, yelling in this Rio Carnival style ‘Samba’ performance.
This event will be very loud and is not suitable for children sensitive to noise. It is best for children aged 5-13 years.
Carp Productions – The Laugh Out Loud Show
Wednesday 28th September, 11am
Endeavour Hills Library
New for 2022! A side-splitting show with clownish characters, silly songs, muddled up magic and playful puppets!
It’s a bonkers comedy event for kids!
Wednesday 28th September, 6.30pm
Singing in a choir makes you happy and so does listening to one! Come along and be up lifted by bright and light sounds of the Cranbourne Chorale.
Friday 30th September, 11am
Hampton Park Library
Hula hoops, spinning plates, juggling, and acrobats are included in this fun fun fun workshop for all ages!
Friday 30th September, 1pm
Hula Hoop Fitness Workshop includes skill-development, games, practise, play and a whole lotta hula hoops! All ages.
Open Mic Night with Frock Hudson
Friday 30th September, 7pm
Our open mic night is hosted by Frock Hudson this month, the queerer alter ego of cabaret comedian & community darling Dean Arcuri. Be entertained with colour, fun and laughter in between acts!
Saturday 1st October, 10am
Suitable for all ages, laughing yoga is possibly the most fun and loudest gentle movement class there is. Bring your smile and get ready to laugh! No mats or workout gear needed.
Indian Classical Vocal Choir
Saturday 1 October, 10.30am
Drop into Doveton Library to treat your ears to the lovely sounds of traditional Indian music.