Let’s Get Wild
The school holidays are almost here, and that can only mean one thing!
Getting “wild” at the library with some awesome wild creatures, so if you’re between 5-12 years of age and want to have a “wild” time for just $2 come along to a holiday session.
The first session begins at 2.30pm Wednesday 28 September, when you can invent a wild creature of your own - with gnashing teeth, scratching claws, hair, fur, scales and horns.
Session two will be at 2.30pm Wednesday October 5 when you will create your own mini stop motion creature feature film, participants will need to bring their own device to download onto.
Bookings for both sessions can be made on 68452156.
Breaking The Ice
The rate of people using ice daily or weekly doubled between 2010 and 2013.
The issue of crystalline methamphetamine or ‘ice’ is real for Wellington – that’s why the local community, health experts and government are coming together and looking at the problem from a different angle.
Part of this initiative is the Breaking The Ice display currently in the library.
Please come in and browse through the free literature that is available on ’ice’ its use and the affect it has on people as well as their families and communities.
The display will be here until the September 27.
Australian author Kim Kelly is visiting Wellington Library on October 6 at 11am to talk about her latest book Jewel Sea, which is based on the true story of the wreck of a luxury passenger steamship in a cyclone off the coast of Port Headland in 1912.
Kim is a well-known author of Australian historical fiction, including Paper Daisies, The Red Earth and Black Diamonds.
Jewel Sea is her sixth novel. Bookings can be made on 68452156.
Monday-Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday 9.30am to noon.