School holiday happenings at Ku-ring-gai libraries this July

Published on 25 June 2018

Highlights include an animation workshop, computer programming, Harry Potter and 3D printing.

Bookings are open now for a range of activities at Ku-ring-gai libraries in Turramurra, Lindfield, St Ives and Gordon.

On Tuesday 10 July Gordon Library will host a workshop on 3D printing for children aged 10 years and over. Children will learn how to create basic designs and print them using the Tinkercad software. They will need to create a Tinkercad account before attending the workshop.

On 11 and 12 July at Lindfield and Turramurra libraries children aged 5-7 are invited to learn basic computer programming through the Scratch Junior program.  Children should bring their own iPad or Android and download the free Scratch Junior app before attending.

Turramurra, Lindfield and Gordon libraries will host a Harry Potter Wizards Tournament on 11, 18 and 19 July respectively. Suitable for children aged 10 years and over, the tournament involves table top games to test strategy and leadership skills.

On 17, 18 and 20 July Lindfield, St Ives and Turramurra libraries will be the venue for Lego workshops with a magical theme and on Friday 20 July, Turramurra library will introduce children aged 9 years plus to the thrill of animation in a special one-off workshop.

Charges of between $5 and $10 per child apply for some activities click here to find out more and to book.



Media contact:            Sally Williams Ku-ring-gai Council Ph: 9424 0982