Programme for children over the holidays

2017-11-15 06:00

WITH the school year coming to an end, the Eastwood
Library has scheduled a
December holiday programme.

Parents are asked to encourage their children to take part for their own benefit and it will also give parents peace of mind knowing they are in a safe environment.

The programme starts on November 28 with story-
telling at 9am and crossword puzzles at 10am.

The programme will run until December 7.

Activities that children will take part in include singing Christmas carols, a spelling bee, treasure hunt, Christmas-card making and playing of indigenous games.

For more information, contact the Eastwood Library on 033 390 3716.

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