Fun school holidays ahead at Belmont’s Ruth Faulkner Public Library


Vander, Edith, Odeliah and Leilani Morrell prepare for the school holidays with Belmont Mayor Phil Marks. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au   d473917
Vander, Edith, Odeliah and Leilani Morrell prepare for the school holidays with Belmont Mayor Phil Marks. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d473917

MAGICAL Mayhem is set to arrive at Ruth Faulkner Public Library these school holidays.

Keep your young ones entertained and bring them along to discover the power of bubbles, take part in an interactive comedy magic show, hear tales of the spooks of Belmont and even make their own mischievous ghost to take home.

“Children can expect a great variety of activities to choose from during the school holidays,” City of Belmont Mayor Phil Marks said.

“It’s more proof that the Ruth Faulkner Public Library offers more than just books.”

There are still limited spots available in a selection of programs over the holidays.

From 10am to 11am on Wednesday, September 27, primary-aged children can join Belmont Museum staff for child-friendly spooky tales and a craft activity.

From 4pm to 4.45pm on Thursday, October 5, children aged four to 12 can take part in a fast-paced and highly-interactive comedy magic show with Hamish the bunny rabbit and all manner of wacky adventures.

No bookings are required for the magic show, but free tickets must be booked through Eventbrite for the Museum session.

Primary-aged children can also explore the magic of words with games available in the library throughout the school holidays.

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