Halloween stories and crafts at the Library

They’re creepy and they’re kooky,  mysterious and spooky; they’re all together ooky…  Karori and Khandallah Library customers?!!  The branches were taken over by an assortment of witches, ghosts and monsters this Halloween.  After their trick or treating, our fiendish friends gathered in the library for some scary stories and creepy crafts.  We hope they didn’t cast any horrible spells on us while they were here!!

 

What’s on today – Tuesday 8th October

Welcome to the October school holidays! Can you believe there’s only one more school term left this year?!

Something extra cool on today…

 

Here’s whats happening today:

Special Event: Blankets, Boxes and Books

Karori Library at 2pm

Plan, build and play in your own fort with your friends in the library! Bring along old blankets, towels or sheets for the fort and these will be donated to the Wellington SPCA at the end of the school holidays.

 

Baby Rock & Rhyme:

Cummings park (Ngaio) Library at 10.30am

Island Bay Library at 9.30am

Miramar Library at 10.15am

 

Storytimes:

Brooklyn Library at 10.30am

Johnsonville Library at 10.30am

Khandallah Library at 10.30am

Central Library at 10.30am

Karori Library at 10.30am

Older siblings are welcome during the school holidays.

 

Check out our Kids Events page for more information about what’s happening for children in your library.

What’s on today – Tuesday 1st October

Welcome to the October school holidays! Can you believe there’s only one more school term left this year?!

There’s only 30 days to go until Halloween!

 

Here’s whats happening today:

Baby Rock & Rhyme:

Cummings park (Ngaio) Library at 10.30am

Island Bay Library at 9.30am

Miramar Library at 10.15am

 

Storytimes:

Brooklyn Library at 10.30am

Johnsonville Library at 10.30am

Khandallah Library at 10.30am

Central Library at 10.30am

Karori Library at 10.30am

Older siblings are welcome during the school holidays.

 

Check out our Kids Events page for more information about what’s happening for children in your library.