THINGS TO DO - Plenty for children of all ages over Easter at Bromsgrove, Rubery. Catshill and Hagley libraries - The Bromsgrove Standard

THINGS TO DO - Plenty for children of all ages over Easter at Bromsgrove, Rubery. Catshill and Hagley libraries

Bromsgrove Editorial 2nd Apr, 2023   0

FAMILIES are being urged to ‘hop into spring’ with a host of Easter-themed activities at Worcestershire libraries.

Libraries across Bromsgrove district have a variety of cracking things to do from now until April 16, including Easter egg hunts, storytelling sessions, creative workshops and crafts, such as making bonnets, baskets and cards.

Here is what is going on at Bromsgrove, Catshill, Hagley and Rubery Libraries

The Dinosaur that pooped Easter

An exciting new exciting Easter story to create your very own dino. Suitable for ages four and over –

Rubery Library – 10.30am, Tuesday, April 4

Bromsgrove Library – 10am – Wednesday, April 5

Catshill Library – 3.30pm – Thursday, April 6

The Hungry Caterpillar

During a classic story and craft session, children can create a caterpillar and a beautiful butterfly. This craft involves paint. Suitable for ages four and over.

Bromsgrove Library  10am on Wednesday, April 12

Catshill Library – 3.30pm on Thursday, April 13

Rubery Library – 2.30pm on Friday, April 14

LEGO Jungle Animals

Children aged five and up can test their LEGO skills by building jungle animals at 2.30pm on Friday, April 14, at Hagley Library.

The Great Egg Scramble

Children can read about the Easter Bunny – delivering eggs to animal friends – before making an Easter Bunny wreath to take home. The event, at Hagley Library at 10.30am on Monday, April 3, is suitable for ages three to seven years.

Great Bunny Bakes

It’s time to judge some cakes! Read Great Bunny Bakes and then crafts a bunny to take home. Suitable for ages 3-7 years.

Hagley Library – Wednesday 12 April at 10.30am

Hannah Perrott, Assistant Director for Communities said: “Spring into the world of fun and learning with our library’s Easter-themed activities.

“Our library staff have curated an exciting line-up of events that will both educate and entertain the entire family.

“So come on down to your local library and immerse yourself in a world of creativity, inspiration and learning.”

People are being reminded there is something for everyone all-year-round at their local library, including meeting new people and making friends, along with many children’s groups including Bounce and Rhyme and Storytime for babies and little ones, LEGO Clubs and Code Clubs – all for children aged five years old and over.

Visit in person or click here for more information on Easter activities at Worcestershire Libraries.




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