Primary school children and their families can test their knowledge of Christmas during Logan Libraries’ December-January school holiday program.
Quiz master Dean Hurst will host a fun-filled online family quiz on all things festive from 6.30pm to 7.30pm on Friday, December 17.
The quiz will be part of an action-packed school holiday program that also includes a festive show, Minecraft sessions and history activity packs.
Author Deano Yipadee will host festive parties featuring his best-selling books Nee Naw The Little Fire Engine, Stink-o-saurus and Jingle Bells and What’s That Smell?
Sessions for children aged 8 and under will be held at the following locations:
• Logan North Library: Monday, December 13 (10am-11am);
• Logan Hyperdome Library: Monday, December 13 (2pm-3pm);
• Logan West Library: Tuesday, December 14 (10am-11am);
• Marsden Library: Tuesday, December 14 (2pm-3pm);
• Greenbank Library: Thursday, December 16 (10am-11am);
• Jimboomba Library: Thursday, December 16 (2pm-3pm).
Throughout the school holidays the annual Summer Reading Club will run at all City of Logan libraries to encourage a love of reading.
Children can pick-up an activity pack from any Logan library until Monday, January 31.
Popular City of Logan author and illustrator Dr Cameron Stelzer will also host drawing and watercolour workshops for children, teens and adults.
The in-person and online classes will be held over various sessions on Thursday, December 16; Wednesday, January 12; Saturday, January 15 and Tuesday, January 18.
Space experts will teach children aged seven and over how to create liveable space habitats using STEM and Minecraft skills.
The free online sessions run from Monday, January 10 to Friday, January 14 with links provided once registered.
Free family activity packs for children aged from five to 12, will be available at Mayes Cottage from Saturday, December 11 while stocks last.
The packs explore life at Kingston’s Mayes Cottage during Christmas and summer holidays in times past.
A range of free activity packs for under 8s, primary school-aged children and young adults will also be available throughout the school holidays at all libraries.
Bookings are necessary for all school holiday activities and can be made online via loganlibraries.org