Lego lovers make connections at Joondalup Library


Lola Westnidge (6 from Padbury) with youth and children services officer Rebecca Marchenkov. Picture: Martin Kennealey d477985

Ian Grffiths (Mullaloo) with his grandson Bailey Austin (4 from Kinross). Picture: Martin Kennealey

Elisa Pepall (Warwick) and her daughter Tahlia (6). Picture: Martin Kennealey
Picture: Martin Kennealey
Lola Westnidge (6 from Padbury) with youth and children services officer Rebecca Marchenkov. Picture: Martin Kennealey d477985 Ian Grffiths (Mullaloo) with his grandson Bailey Austin (4 from Kinross). Picture: Martin Kennealey Elisa Pepall (Warwick) and her daughter Tahlia (6). Picture: Martin Kennealey Picture: Martin Kennealey

CHILDREN combined their love of building blocks and reading in a school holiday event at Joondalup Library recently.

The library hosted the ‘Lego Treehouse’ event on January 8, where participants discussed the Treehouse Book series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton before creating a treehouse.

City of Joondalup hosts regular Lego Clubs for five to 12 year olds from 4-5pm on Tuesdays at Whitford Library, on Wednesdays at Woodvale Library and Fridays at Duncraig Library.

About 30 people have also signed up to attend a Lego Mini Golf event at Whitford Library on January 18.

According to the City, most of the 17 events planned at its libraries these school holidays were fully booked by early January.

Visit www.joondalup.wa.gov.au for more information.

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