The school holidays are just around the corner, and Libraries Tasmania has plenty planned to keep the kids busy!
Ideas to get you started:
- Get crafty and make some brilliant badges, design, create and build your own Lego masterpiece or learn how to create stop motion animation at Rosny Library.
- Blast off into space with Spacetime Storytime and Craft at Sorell Library.
- Play alphabet bingo, or make hama beads at Burnie Library.
- Paint with spheros, turn nature into art with leaf collage, or join the Lego challenge at Bridgewater Library.
- Have fun with robots at Queenstown Library, or make your very own fairy door at Zeehan Library.
- Join a drama workshop run by Studio Space for 4 to 8 year olds or 9 to 15 year olds, or listen to silly stories at Scottsdale Library.
- Make your own snow slime, and print 3D snowflakes at Glenorchy Library.
- Be creative by painting flowerpots or combine fun and exercise with Healthy Laser Tag at George Town Library.
- Go wild with dinosaurs, or be a swashbuckling buccaneer at pirate storytime and craft at Hobart Library.
- For those who speak a language other than English, or are interested in learning one, School Holiday Bilingual Storytime is a new addition to the program.
Check out the full Libraries Tasmania Southern July School Holidays Program.
To find out more about what’s on during the July school holidays at Libraries Tasmania, including in the north and north-west of the state, get in touch directly with your local library via phone or Facebook, or search Libraries Tasmania on Eventbrite.