A les­son in speak­ing Pi­rate at the li­brary

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speak and act like a pi­rate,” Ms Mil­let said.

The Bund­aberg Re­gional Li­braries are set to host many fun events for chil­dren in the hol­i­days.

“We have plenty to do at the li­brary, in­clud­ing some­thing for the dads,” she said.

Dads can some­times be left out and the li­brary has some­thing spe­cial for them.

There’s fish­ing with Les Gane on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 22 from 4.45pm.

You will have the op­por­tu­nity to cast lines and learn the cor­rect tech­niques to snag a fish.

“Les has plenty of ex­pe­ri­ence and lo­cal knowl­edge of the area, your dad will learn tips and skills in cast­ing out a line,” Ms Mil­let said.

To be sure not to miss out it’s rec­om­mended to book to avoid dis­ap­point­ment.

To en­cour­age young chil­dren to read Ms Mil­let said the li­brary was en­cour­ag­ing dads to read to their kids every day.

Dads Read: be their read­ing leg­end will be launched on Satur­day, Septem­ber 24 from 11.30am.

“Dads will learn the im­por­tance of read­ing to their chil­dren and have the chance to sign up to be a Dads Read Am­bas­sador in the re­gion,” Ms Mil­let said.

Ms Mil­let said she was en­cour­ag­ing all the dads to come along this week­end and it was only for an hour.

Ms Mil­let is thrilled with the events planned for these school hol­i­days and she is urg­ing more par­ents to join in the free ac­tiv­i­ties.

For the crafty kids, on PHOTO: JODIE DIXON Mon­day, Septem­ber 26 the li­brary will host Cre­ate an African Mask.

“The craft class suits chil­dren from the age of five and up and starts at 10am for an hour,” Ms Mil­let said.

“Some­thing for the older stu­dent, 11-17 years, we will host a Manga Draw­ing Class on Wed­nes­day, Septem­ber 28 from 11am.”

A spe­cial night event on Septem­ber 28 from 6pm, is Light Re­flec­tions. Learn about light and play glow in the dark games and make your own kalei­do­scope.

LI­BRARY FUN: School hol­i­day fun at the Gin Gin Li­brary, learn­ing how to talk like a pi­rate.

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