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Escape to everywhere: celebrate Children's Book Week at the library (Ages 4...

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Gungahlin Library

Hibberson St

Gungahlin, Australian Capital Territory 2912

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This program is now fully booked. Bookings are essential for this library program. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate participants who have not made a booking. Libraries ACT does not keep a waiting list. However cancellations are reflected on this page as we receive them and will allow for new bookings.
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A read-aloud of Where is bear?, by Jonathan Bentley, followed by the adorable new adventures of Stephen Michael King’s Snail and Turtle: rainy days. The session will end with some craft around the theme “Escape to everywhere”.

Only for age range 4 years old to 7 years old.

Booking essential.

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  • Bookings are essential. Bookings are only nesessary for the children participating in the activitiy. We are unable to accommodate participants who have not made a booking.
  • Places are limited, please contact the library if you wish to amend or cancel your booking. This will enable others to participate in the program.
  • Age ranges do apply. Children attending this program must be within the specified age range. The age limit is necessary and made due to required skill level / coordination for the activity.
  • Adult supervision is required for all children attending the program.


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