BATHURST Library will create a world of wonder for kids of all ages in the coming school holidays.
The library will be hosting a variety of interactive workshops and classes for all school aged children.
The activities include a STEM animation workshop by Toonworld, a superhero training & acrobatic stunt show by Action Reaction entertainment and creative workshops exploring the Steampunk Trend and the Diwali festival of lights.
Library services manager Patou Clerc says the holiday program caters for a broad range of ages and interests.
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"Our school holiday programs are always popular, so we urge people to book sooner rather than later," she said.
"These school holidays we've created a diverse program that caters for active kids, creative kids and inquisitive kids, so it should be educational and lots of fun."
The STEM animation workshop is a highlight of the program, running on Monday, September 30. Kids in attendance will be able to learn about filmography, create their own characters and learn how to create a stop-motion film.
On Tuesday, October 1, Emma Livisiannis will be running the popular children's yoga program.
On Wednesday, the library will explore the steampunk trend with a craft workshop, where attendees will be able to make their own steampunk style accessories and costumes.
Library staff member Rhiannon Mijovic says that the craft workshops are a great way for children to be active and creative.
"These workshops are great for all school aged kids, they really get the kids to be creative and even learn something when they're away from school," she said
The fun continues in Week 2 of the school holidays. On Tuesday, October 8, Action Reaction entertainment will be holding a superhero training and acrobatic stunt show.
Action Reaction say their events are designed to inspire a new generation of athletes and performers through a range of activities from physical theatre and stage combat workshops to superhero shows and seminars.
Finally, on Wednesday, October 9, the library will be teaching kids how to create their own paper lanterns for Diwali, the Indian festival of lights which occurs in October.
Bookings for these exciting activities are filling up fast. To make a booking call Bathurst Library at 6333 6281.
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