Discover your Supa Powers at the Library this school holidays
Hawkesbury Library is presenting a ‘Supa Program’ these July School Holidays. Learn how to draw your own comic strip character or how to move like a superhero. Oliver Phommavanh (author of Thai-riffic! and Con-nerd) will be involving kids in a fun writing workshop, or come along to make your own mini Supa Shield.
Numbers limited for all school holiday activities, so use your Supa powers and book in Supa quick!
All activities will be held at Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George Street, Windsor.
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY
Monday, 8 July 10am-4pm
Drop into the library and choose from a range of second hand comics and manga. While there, check out the new graphic novels titles or browse the anime DVDs.
FREE. All welcome. Limit 2 comics per person.
Wednesday, 10 July 2pm-3pm
Develop your writing skills at this fun workshop.
$10 – all materials supplied. For 10 years+.
SUPERHERO COMIC ART
Tuesday, 16 July 2pm-4pm
Create your own superhero character then produce a storyboard comic strip for them to star in.
$5 – all materials supplied. For 8 years+.
MINI SUPA SHIELD
Thursday, 18 July 2pm-3.30pm
Using perler beads, design a key-tag in the shape of a superhero insignia.
$5 – all materials supplied. For 5 years+.
Friday, 19 July 2pm-3pm
Action Reaction Entertainmentwill present an acrobatic show to inspire all would be superheroes. At this supervised session you will develop acrobat skills and superhero moves.
$10. For 5 years+.
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.
Bookings are essential for the school holiday workshops through Eventbrite www.hawkesburylibrary.eventbrite.com or phone 4560 4460.
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