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NAIDOC Week fun

Thursday, 7 July 2022.
Come along to our special Storytime and craft session in celebration of National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week.
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Woodwork Workshop

Tuesday, 5 July 2022.
Children are invited to come along to the Library for a fun woodworking lesson!
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Lego fun in Swan Hill!

Friday, 1 July & Wednesday, 6 July 2022.
Come along and enjoy the fun with our special Lego @ the Library sessions these school holidays!
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VR Pop-Up Play

Monday, 27 June & 4 July 2022.
Have some out-of-this-world fun with our PlayStation virtual reality headset!
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Monday, 27 June & 4 July 2022.
Join us for an afternoon of 3D blocking fun! Play in Survival or Creative mode, explore, experiment, create or break apart, it’s all up to you!
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Creation Station

Monday - Saturday (All school holidays).
Set up in the children’s area of the library for the duration of the school holidays.
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Warm winter reads

Wednesday 1 June - Sunday 31 July.
Incorporate reading into your daily routine with the Warm Winter Read.
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Baby Rhyme Time

Every Friday.
Baby Rhyme Time is a fun and interactive session for parents and carers with babies under 18 months old. It promotes the development of your baby’s literacy skills through interactive rhymes and songs.
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Saturday Storytime

Every Saturday.
Storytime provides a wide range of stories and craft activities. Children have the chance to meet and socialise with other children while developing their motor and language skills. The storytime sessions are aimed at 3 to 6-year-olds but children of all ages are welcome.
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Move and groove

Every Wednesday.
These highly interactive free sessions are tailored for a toddler’s social, emotional and physical development. Children are encouraged to move as they sing, dance and shake their way through action rhymes and songs. Maracas, a parachute and other simple props are used to engage and enthrall the children.
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