FUN AND GAMES
THERE are a wide range of activities to enjoy at the library during the school holidays. Pictured looking forward to the program are (from left) Ella and Ashley Pegrum and Anne-Maree Phillips (children and youth services, Wangaratta Library).
ARTS, crafts, comedy and creativity will all be in the mix when the Wangaratta Library launches its school holiday program next week.
There are a wide variety of activities to entertain young people of all ages, which kicks off when famous comedian Andy Jones comes to town to perform his hilarious act “What’s the joke” on Wednesday, July 4 at 10.30am.
Then on Friday, July 6 primary aged children can test their skills in the library and complete a set of fun challenges as part of a Scavenger Hunt being held at 2.30pm.
Teens can join local artist Linda Syers on Monday, July 9 when she holds a book binding workshop, supplying everything needed to create an A5 size sketch book, in a session running from 2.30pm until 4.30pm for 12 to 16 year olds.
Linda returns on Tuesday, July 10 for a concertina art program for six to 12 year olds, where participants will be making their own decorative book covers and ties.
Young scientists aged seven to 12 are invited to join a CSI investigation, taking part in an experiment to discover how particular ingredients react with different substances, on Wednesday, July 11 from 10.30am until 11.30am.
Bookings are essential for all activities and they can be made by calling the library on 5721 2366 or email library@ wangaratta.vic.gov.au.
HOLIDAYS: Pictured looking forward to the program are (from left) Ella and Ashley Pegrum and Anne-Maree Phillips (children and youth services, Wangaratta Library).