April school holiday activities @ your libraries

 

Check out these fun free activities at the libraries this school holidays:

Book Launch—Evie and The Evergreen Forest

Come to the Margaret River Library for the launch of this beautiful book by local author Tamara Jarowyj. Inspired by the drought in South Australia, Evie and the Evergreen Forest will not only inspire children to work together, but also to be mindful of their precious environment. This book launch will feature a reading of the newly published book by the author, light refreshments and a special craft for children to make in the library. There will be copies of the book for sale and the book is best suited to children aged 4-9.

Bookings are essential as spaces are limited so phone the library on 9780 5600 to reserve your place.

Margaret River Library: Thursday 19 April, 10.00—11.00am

Family Stories at Augusta Library

 

Dress up as your favourite storybook character to win prizes at this special school holiday storytime. Join us for stories, songs, rhymes, games, music and craft with morning tea and refreshments available afterwards. This storytime session aims to have something for all members of the family but is best suited for children aged 4-12 years old.

Please call the library on 9780 5600 to book your place.

Augusta Library: Thursday 12 April, 10.30am

 

Baby Rhyme Time

Cancelled for the April school holidays due to library extensions. Rhyme Time will resume again Monday 30 April, 2.30pm.

Storytime

Augusta Storytime: Thursday 12 April 10.30am for special family event.

Margaret River cancelled for April school holidays due to library extensions. Storytime will resume again Tuesday 1 May, 10.00am

  

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