Summer Reading Club is almost over for another year and our woollen web is finished. As I admire all the wonderful contributions our club members made, I shall sit back and ponder what GIANT and unruly things can be made to take over Mill Park Library next school holidays. Anyone for a life sized dragon? A Rocket Ship? An all encompassing circus tent?
The theme of this weeks Flikr challenge is birds. As no birds flew into Mill Park Library this week here is a photo of some birds we made at Just for Kids last year. Look good to you? Just for Kids, our after school activity group starts Monday 6 February 4pm.
On Monday 30th January at 3.00pm-4.00pm, come and enjoy a display from WILDLIFE EXPOSURE with all sorts of creepy, crawly critters.
Following that from 4.00pm-5.00pm, join us for some caterpiller, spider and butterfly craft at our Break-Up Party.
We will be listening to the book Aaaarrgghh, Spider!
Small lucky dip prize for children.
Snacks and drink provided.
On Friday 20th January, Adam Wallace returned to the Rosanna Library for another fantastic drawing workshop.
Adam designed a new 'Reading Bug' for the children to draw - the attached photo's show the steps he showed us.
There is a reunion being planned for past teachers and students of Heidelberg Girls Secondary School, Heidelberg Girls High School, Waterdale High School in West Heidelberg who attended there between 1957-1982. The reunion commemorates the 30th anniversary of the closure of the school
When: Saturday 3rd March 2012
Where: Bundoora Park
Time: From about 1pm
Y Read? Because it's so much fun! Loads of young people at all our branches are taking up the challenge to read this summer. Here's some examples of what the summer reading is looking like:
The Killing - Robert Muchamore
Divine Madness - Robert Muchamore
Man vs Beast - Robert Muchamore
We had great fun making dirt in a cup on Friday 20 Jan. How did we make it?
Did a cache of old letters spark your interest in family history? Letters can often provide information that may not be found elsewhere including official records. What should you do if you become the custodian of such a treasure trove?
Consider : -
Ivanhoe celebrated in a grand fashion on Thursday as a traditional lion dance performed by CYSM (Chinese Youth Society Melbourne) wound its way through the library.
The drums started rolling like thunder out the front of the library and made everyone inside jump!