Celebrate spring at Gannawarra's libraries

Published on 09 September 2019

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The Gannawarra Library Service is celebrating spring these school holidays, with each of its branches to host a Fairy or Creature Garden making session.

Children of all ages will be able to use their imaginations to make their own gardens as part of free events occurring at the library service’s branches at Cohuna, Kerang, Leitchville and Quambatook from Thursday, 26 September to Thursday, 3 October.

“There is something magical about children using their imaginations to create, as it showcases their talents and interests,” Council’s Manager of Libraries, Kerri Sidorow said.

“The Gannawarra Library Service is pleased to be hosting these four free workshops, with attendees able to develop a piece of liveable art they can nurture for months and years to come.”

Kerang’s Sir John Gorton Library will host the only session occurring during the first week of the school holidays, scheduled for Thursday, 26 September from 10.30am.

Subsequent sessions will be held at the Leitchville Rural Transaction Centre on Tuesday, 1 October at 2.30pm, the Quambatook Community Resource Centre on Wednesday, 2 October at 11am and the Cohuna Library on Thursday, 3 October at 10am.

“Bookings for all events are essential, with children attending needing to be accompanied by an adult,” Mrs Sidorow said.

For bookings, phone (03) 5452 1546 or visit your nearest library branch.