The Bathurst Regional Library's winter school holiday program is set to be a hit again, with all but two programs booked out across the next two weeks.
Only Wednesday's games workshop with comedian Sean Murphy, as well as next Tuesday's (July 16) Teddy Bears Sleepover and Storytime are still taking bookings.
Library outreach program officer Natalie Conn said interest in the holiday program is always popular.
"We release our holiday program about a month in advance," she said.
"They're much sought after because they're free and we're lucky to allow that. Hopefully it'll give the kids exposure to the library.
"We tend to base our winter holiday program around that of winter, tying in with the Bathurst Winter Festival."
One program that went quick was the Lego block party - on Thursday, July 18 - which had space for up to 50 children.
The 3D printing workshop on Friday, July 12, was also another popular program, which is a new program offered by the library.
On Monday, July 15, the winter festival express workshop will see students create a large scale locomotive train using boxes of all sizes, cardboard and tape.
The train will then be decorated with LED lighting and then displayed in the children's section of library for all the community to see.
While a majority of the workshops are booked out, names can be taken for a reserve list in case another child withdraws.
For any more information, contact the library directly at 6333 6281.