This school holidays brings a bunch of great events where kids can explore earth science, learn about the environment, or kick back and watch a movie. From virtual reality to craft activities, there is something for all ages.
Let’s Go Lego
At Let’s Go Lego, children’s creative skills will be put to the test as they use our Lego collections to design and build masterpieces. Each session will have a different theme that will inspire kids to hone their skills and become a Lego Legend. Bookings not required. Suitable for ages 5+
Monday 15th April, 3.30 – 4.30pm at Newtown Library
Tuesday 16th April 1 – 3pm at Island Bay Community Centre
Thursday 18th April 10am – 12pm at Churton Park Community Centre
Saturday 20th April 2 – 3pm at Karori Library
Earth Science 101
Join experts from Victoria University to learn about the amazing geology of our city – rock formations, fault lines, earthquakes and more. Come along prepared to do some hands-on science as well! Suitable for ages 5+.
Monday 15th April 2 – 3pm at Johnsonville Library
Tuesday 16th April 2 – 3pm at Karori Library
Wednesday 17th April 11am – 12pm at Ruth Gotlieb (Kilbirnie) Library
Wednesday 17th April 2 – 3pm at Miramar Library
Bring a blanket and pillow, and relax at our fun family movies. A different G rated movie from the library collection will be showing each time, and are suitable for the whole family. Recommended for ages 4+.
Thursday 18th April 4 – 5.30pm and 6 – 7.30pm at Mervyn Kemp (Tawa) Library
Easter Rock Painting
At this kid’s craft session, little ones can paint up some special rocks to hide around the suburb for Easter. No need to bring anything, we’ve got the rocks, the paint, the brushes and more! #WGTNRocks. Suitable for ages 4+.
Thursday 18th April 1 – 3pm at Island Bay Community Centre
Kids can let out their inner artist as we use recyclable material to create inspiring artworks from scratch! They can join in to make a huge collaborative sculpture, or make your their piece to take home. Suitable for ages 4+.
Wednesday 17th April 2 – 3.30pm at Newlands Community Centre
Thursday 18th April 11am – 12pm at Cummings Park (Ngaio) Library
Wednesday 24th April 10am – 12pm at Churton park Community Centre
Friday 26th April 11am – 12pm Wadestown Library
Virtual reality (VR) offers us a new and exciting way to learn about science and the world around us. Children can explore the wonders of our planet’s most extreme locations from the comfort of your local library. Numbers are limited, bookings required. Reserve seats by contacting the event library. Suitable for ages 6+.
Tuesday 23rd April 2 – 3pm at Johnsonville Library
Wednesday 24th April 2 – 3pm at Ruth Gotlieb (Kilbirnie) Library
Friday 26th April 11am – 12pm at Khandallah Library
Friday 26th April 2 – 3pm at Mervyn Kemp (Tawa) Library
Help the library celebrate the lead-up to Earth Day by coming along to this special storytime all about the environment – and how we fit in it! Magical eco-stories and crafts for the whole family to enjoy. Suitable for all ages.
Tuesday 16th April 2 – 3pm at Brooklyn Library
Saturday 27th April 11am – 12pm Karori Library
All events are free. Bookings are not required, except for the VR experience. All children must be accompanied by caregivers at every event.