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Lesmurdie Community Library is a very successful partnership between the City of Kalamunda Library Services and Lesmurdie Senior High School. We are the first purpose-designed joint use library in Western Australia and one of the earliest of its size in Australia.

We serve a school population of around 1000 students, 80 teachers and a further 42 support staff. Our local Lesmurdie community population is over 11,000. 



Lesmurdie Senior High School Campus. 21 Reid Road, Lesmurdie, Western Australia 6076

Lesmurdie Senior High School Library: Ph. (08) 9291 1240

Lesmurdie Library - City of Kalamunda: Ph. (08) 9257 9976



International Games Week

3 - 9 November 2019



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It's International Games Week and we're going old school! For the whole week you can come into the library and play board games and card games, complete a jigsaw puzzle, make something with Lego, borrow books about games and more!

For some games you don't even need materials to play them, you just need yourself and some friends. Here are some links to games like this: 
7 Boardless, cardless games to play anywhere
3 Games that don't require anything
Mafia (This one does require a deck of cards though)

Fictionary (You do need pens/pencils and paper)

Let the games begin!




National Recycling Week

11 - 17 November 2019

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In November 1996, Planet Ark founded National Recycling Week to bring a national focus to the environmental benefits of recycling. Now in its 23rd year, this established and highly regarded annual campaign continues to educate and stimulate behaviour change, by:

  • Promoting kerbside, industrial and community recycling initiatives
  • Giving people the tools to minimise waste and manage material resources responsibly at home, work and school.


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