GRIFFITH City Library is in the festive spirit with so many events and activities on offer.
Santa will be making a special visit to the library on Tuesday, December 21 for Rhyme Time and Wednesday, December 22 for Storytime.
You won't want to miss it.
Bookings are not necessary.
Children aged six to 12 years can book into our Christmas craft workshops on Tuesday, December 21 at 2pm or Wednesday, December 22 at 2pm.
Children will be decorating their very own Santa sacks.
Places are limited and will need to be booked on wrl.eventbrite.com.au.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Take a break from the Christmas rush and pop into the library to watch a Christmas movie.
Movies will be screened everyday at 11am from Monday, December 20 through to Friday December 24.
Book your place on wrl.eventbrite.com.au.
Santa's mailbox will be closing very soon (December 15) so don't forget to call into the library to post your letter to the North Pole.
If you want to take a lovely Christmas photo head down to the library and use the wonderful Christmas display as your backdrop.
For more information on any of these activities and events call into the library and our friendly staff will be able to help you.
You can also give us a call on 6962 8300.
Sign up to the summer reading challenge with Griffith City Library and escape into a world of books.
The summer reading challenge is a free program that is open to children aged six to 12 years.
There will be weekly prizes with a major prize at the end.
The challenge begins on December 20.
Sign up is easy - just visit https://wrlau.beanstack.org/reader365 and start reading.
Every four hours of reading will be one entry.
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