School holiday fun at the Library and Gallery during the summer school holidays

Hawkesbury Library Service and Hawkesbury Regional Gallery are presenting a range of fun programs to keep the kids entertained during the summer school holidays.

Numbers limited for all school holiday activities, so make sure that you book in quick!

HAWKESBURY LIBRARY SERVICE

LEGO BUILDERS SPACE
23 December 2019 – 27 January 2020 during opening hours

Create your own weird and unusual designs from the huge selection of LEGO bricks available.
Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
FREE –
no need to book. All welcome.

TUESDAY MOVIES
Tuesday 7, 14, and 21 January 2-3.30pm

As the temperatures rise outside, why not chill out at the movies! Bring your own snacks and a rug or pillow to get comfy on the floor. New release DVDs will be showing. Check Eventbrite or call the Library for the titles closer to screening dates.
Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
FREE
bookings essential. All welcome

CRAFTERNOON - WEATHER STATION
Thursday 9 January 2-3.30pm

Learn how to build your own weather station that will measure rainfall, identify wind direction and calculate humidity.
Richmond Branch Library
FREE –
all materials supplied - bookings essential. For 8 years+.

GET WILD ANIMAL EXPERIENCE
Friday 10 January 2-3pm

Discover some of the strange Aussie wildlife a country vet would have to examine from reptiles to birds and tiny mammals.
Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
FREE
bookings essential. All welcome.

FELT WOMBAT
Wednesday 15 January 2-4pm

Learn how to sew your very own Fatso the Wombat from pieces of felt.
Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
$5 –
all materials supplied - bookings essential. For 10 years+.

ANIMAL CRACKERS
Monday 20 January 10-11

Decorate biscuits with icing to look like farm animals. Then make a barn cake box to take them home.
Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
$5 –
all materials supplied - bookings essential. For 8 years+.

CRAFTERNOON  - CLOTHESPEG ANIMALS
Thursday 23 January 2-3.30pm

Create your own menagerie of farm animal friends.
Richmond Branch Library
FREE –
all materials supplied - bookings essential. For 5 years+

SUMMER READING CLUB - AFTER PARTY
Friday 7 February 4-6pm

Everyone who registers for the SRC is invited! Reading Champions will be announced during afternoon tea. Be one of the first to redeem your coupons at the SRC Shop. There will be loads of great stuff to choose from.
Hawkesbury Central Library, Windsor
FREE
bookings essential.

Bookings are essential for the school holiday workshops through Eventbrite www.hawkesburylibrary.eventbrite.com or phone 4560 4460.

Locations: Hawkesbury Central Library, Ground Floor, Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street, Windsor or Richmond Branch Library, 29 West Market Street, Richmond.

All activities are for school aged children (children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult).
Some workshops have a small fee, payable at time of booking.

HAWKESBURY REGIONAL GALLERY

WOMBAT WATERCOLOURS
Wednesday 15 January 10am-midday

Using masking fluid and watercolour paints, create a colourful artwork of a wombat.

CLAY WOMBATS
Thursday 16 January 10am-midday

Create an adorable chunky wombat using clay sculpting techniques.

STAMPING A SCENE
Friday 17 January 10am-midday

Carve your very own stamps and create a farming themed work of art.

STENCIL SPRAY ART
Wednesday 22 January 10am-midday

Learn to use different techniques with stencils and spray paint to create an artwork.

GRASS HEADS
Thursday 23 January 10am-midday

Create a funky grass head that you can care for and grow before giving him a haircut.

ZENTANGLE GUM LEAF
Friday 24 January 10am-midday

Learn to do zentangle designs on a gum leaf to create a gorgeous framed artwork.

Bookings are essential for the school holiday workshops through Eventbrite http://hawkesburygallery.eventbrite.com/ or call 4560 4441

GALLERY ACTIVITIES $20 EACH.  All materials supplied.

Locations: Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, Top floor, Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street, Windsor

All activities are for school aged children (children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult).

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