April School Holidays

April school holidays 2019 MInecraft events thumbnail.jpgMinecraft

When: Saturday 13 April, 2.30 - 4.30pm
Age: 8-18
Cost: FREE
Book: online www.trybooking.com/484713

Minecraft returns for Youth Week 2019!
We are hosting a Creative server for Windows 10 and mobile devices. Bring along your own tablet or laptop, or use one of the library computers. You will need to have an official Minecraft: PE account to play. Server places are limited so get in quick to book your spot.

 

 

sphero art thumbnailSphero art

When: Tuesday 16th, Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th April, 9.30am - 10.30am
Age: 5-105
Cost: FREE
Book: no bookings required, just drop in @ the library

If you’ve ever wanted to drive a robot or make a stunning work of art, or do both at the same time, this is your chance.
For three mornings during the first week of the school holidays we will be hosting a drop-in Sphero art activity.
So come along to see what it’s all about and try your hand at robotic art!

 

 

Easter craft2.jpgEaster craft

When: Wednesday 17 April, 10.30 - 11.30am
Age: 6-12
Cost: FREE
Book: online at www.trybooking.com/488013

Come along and make some cute and colourful Easter-themed craft. This is a free activity with all equipment supplied.

 

 

LegoFamily Lego Night

When: Tuesday 23 April, 6.00 - 7.30pm
Age: 5+ (under-10s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian).
Cost: FREE
Book: online at www.trybooking.com/488179

Do you have a LEGO fanatic at your house? For those kids (and their adults) that eat, sleep, and breathe all things LEGO, this fun evening is a great way to share and create together.

 

 

Paper cranes.jpgKISS Arts Festival paper cranes workshop

When: Wednesday 24 April, 10.00 am - 12.00 noon
Age: 8+ (younger kids are welcome if they have help from an adult)
Cost: FREE
Book: no need to book, just drop in!

Join artists Tim Rushby-Smith and Penny Sadubin to help make 1000 paper cranes for the upcoming KISS Arts Festival. The cranes will be used to decorate trees around the Black Beach area, where the festival will take place on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 April. 
We are making cranes of different sizes (even some giant ones!), and will teach you all you need to know about this Japanese Origami paper craft. This is a free activity with all materials supplied. 

You can take a crane home, but we would love it if you can help us towards our goal of 1000 cranes and leave some with us to hang at the festival too!