Winter Warmers! Board Games  and Card Games at Korumburra Library

Winter Warmers! Board Games and Card Games at Korumburra Library

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Location

Korumburra Library - Myli - My Community Library

165 Commercial Street

Korumburra, VIC 3950

Australia

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Board and card games! Come to Korumburra Library after school to play some card or board games with your friends!

About this event

Visit us at the Korumburra Library on every second Thursday in winter, starting from the 2nd of June to practice your card game expertise, learn about a new board game or just have fun with your friends!

Dates:

June 2, 16

July 14, 28

August 11, 25

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Event Information

  • Tickets are not required for this event and walk-ins are warmly welcomed. If you would like to receive an email reminder for this event, please register for a ticket.
  • Children must be supervised at all times.
  • If you have booked a ticket and are unable to attend, please contact the library to cancel your booking.
  • If you feel unwell, please stay home.
  • This event may be cancelled or if possible, moved to an online format at short notice. Myli will notify registered attendees via email of any changes made to this event.
  • Myli staff may photograph and/or film this event. Your image may be reproduced by Myli Community Libraries in publications and/or promotional materials (including online publications), on its website and/or on social media. If you do not wish to be photographed and/or filmed, please advise the organiser at the event's start.

Information about Myli - Myli Community Libraries operates library services across the Bass Coast, Baw Baw and South Gippsland Shires. Visit our website at myli.org.au

School Holiday and Early Years Events – Myli Community Libraries is a child-safe organisation.

Korumburra library is a breast feeding friendly place and positively engaging with each other is more important than keeping quiet! However, children must be supervised at all times by their carers.

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