Free holiday programmes at the library

IT'S AUTUMN: Sylvie Ladd with a big smile. Pictures by Rebecca Grunwell
James Warren with his daughter Sophie and son Tomas.
Kama Laing with her daughter Emeli Laing.
Caleb Treweek with his art.

YESTERDAY'S HB Williams Memorial Library school holiday programme was all about autumn leaves. The children had snugly stories and made some extra special leaves to decorate the temporary library in Awapuni Road or children could take their creation home.

Today at the library the theme is slime for ages 9-13 and tomorrow from 10.30am children of all ages will celebrate Earth Day and create tree art.

Next week on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.30am The Drama Club will perform plays suitable for the little ones. Also on Thursday next week is another session for the 9-13 year olds called construction and destruction.

All holiday programmes at the library are free.

YESTERDAY'S HB Williams Memorial Library school holiday programme was all about autumn leaves. The children had snugly stories and made some extra special leaves to decorate the temporary library in Awapuni Road or children could take their creation home.

Today at the library the theme is slime for ages 9-13 and tomorrow from 10.30am children of all ages will celebrate Earth Day and create tree art.

Next week on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.30am The Drama Club will perform plays suitable for the little ones. Also on Thursday next week is another session for the 9-13 year olds called construction and destruction.

All holiday programmes at the library are free.

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