Library school holiday program – it’s fun and it’s free
Media Statement from City of Albany
Albany Public Library’s free school holiday program is well under way, with lots of story-reading, craft activities and puzzle-making on the agenda.
The sessions will run for the next two weeks (subs: Jan 15-17 and Jan 22-24) from 10.30am to 11.30am each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The free program is for primary school-aged children, and parents need to be on hand to help with activities if children are 10 and under.
For full details of the program, go to www.library.albany.wa.gov.au
Bookings are essential; call the library on 9841 9390.
Children who are in kindergarten to Year 7 also still have time to take part in the Premier’s Summer Reading Challenge, which runs until February 11 and challenges
kids to read for at least 15 minutes a day.
Children can register online at www.summerreadingchallenge.org.au or at their local library.
Albany Public Library is holding another Summer Reading Challenge competition this year with prizes of books and vouchers for the winners.
Entry forms should be lodged at the library by February 18.
For more information call Leith Phillips on 0407 301 255 or Michele Phillips on 0488 109 289