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Young Adult April School Holidays Programme – Leichhardt and Balmain Libraries

For Young Adults only.

Please click on the link below to find out about the Macramé Workshop.

 

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There will also be a movie for young adults – due to advertising restrictions and copyright, we can not advertise the movie on the Blog, but check out Eventbrite for details.

 

 

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School Holiday Programmes up soon

April School Holidays are usually pretty full of public holidays, Easter, The Royal Easter Show and families taking advantage of the short work weeks to go away. So this year, we are opting for one major programme each week , one at Leichhardt – a little magic and one at Balmain – some cartooning fun. Details will be up soon. These programmes are designed for school aged children. Judy has also organized some young adult programmes too.

Our regular under 5’s programmes will operate except for public holidays.

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Reading Together Part 2

We had a lovely time today at Leichhardt Library with Reading Together, Part 2. Pamela Freeman was sick, sadly, but we had Libby Hathorn, Stephanie Smee and Susanne Gervay with us and they were terrific.

Thanks to all who attended.

We hope to have more of these sessions in the future.

 

 

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Big Thanks to Deb Abela and Duncan Ball

We had the best time at Leichhardt Library yesterday. Two sessions full of kids and parents enjoyed two wonderful authors, Deborah Abela and Duncan Ball talk about writing and their books and characters and got to ask them lots of questions in a Q and A style fashion.

They had photos with them and autographs. It was a lovely, informal session.

 

Then we had the Spelling Bee which Dan won but not without some pretty tough competition. They were all pretty fantastic. Thanks so much Deb for going above and beyond the call of duty.

 

Thanks to all of the kids and parents who turned up – I hope you had a great time.

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Bookings for programmes

Thank you to all who are attending our school holiday programmes. Thanks to all of those who have rung in or emailed us to let us know if they can’t make it. Please always make sure that you contact us as we have people who would like to come in your place. It is also a polite gesture for the people who either volunteer their time and expertise for your children or as a courtesy to us who pay for some pretty amazing people. We understand if opportunities come up, visitors arrive or kids get sick, but it is good if you can let us know. Thank you.