Easter fun

The Tatura Guardian - - News -

The chil­dren of Tatura are ready to cel­e­brate Easter this week­end and there has been much ex­cite­ment in the lead up.

Chil­dren en­joyed tak­ing part in an Easter themed craft ses­sion at Tatura Li­brary last week.

Held as part of Goul­burn Val­ley Li­braries’ school hol­i­day pro­gram, chil­dren made their very own 3D-dec­o­rated bunny rab­bit.

Those who still wish to take part in the school hol­i­day fun can do so with con­tin­u­ous ac­tiv­i­ties run­ning at the li­brary dur­ing the next week.

Drop-in craft ses­sions will run for chil­dren aged six years and older who can come in dur­ing open­ing hours and dec­o­rate an Easter or­na­ment to take home.

‘‘Par­ents or car­ers need to ac­com­pany chil­dren un­der 10 years as this is not a su­per­vised pro­gram,’’ Ms Flett said.

En­tries for the re­cently held colour-in com­pe­ti­tion were due on Sun­day and win­ners will soon be no­ti­fied.

The li­brary is closed on Mon­days and Sun­days and is open from 10.30 am to 5 pmon Tues­days and Fri­days, 3 pm to 6 pm on Wed­nes­days, 1 pm to 5 pm on Thurs­days and 10 am to noon on Satur­days.

The li­brary also closes for lunch on Tues­days and Fri­days from 1 pm to 2.30 pm.

Rhyme and Story time con­tin­ues to be held on the fourth Thurs­day of each month at 10.30 am where ses­sions run for about 45 min­utes.

Work­ing hard: Elyssa Woodward, 4, gets ready to glue her dec­o­ra­tion on.

Bunny tales: There was much Easter fun had at the Tatura Li­brary last week.

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