From movie screenings, to craft activities, games, bingo and more, there's a full program of fun for all ages at MidCoast libraries during the school holidays.
"We love school holidays at the library as we get to welcome our younger readers and organise lots of great, creative activities," said Manager of MidCoast Council Libraries, Chris Jones.
"It's always lovely to see how much the children get out of spending time at the library, whether it's borrowing or joining in the activities."
The first activity is at Nabiac Library on Thursday, April 18 and is Easter craft for ages five and older.
Forster Library will host a pre-school craft session on April 24 from 10.30am to noon and parental/carer supervision is required, while older siblings, aged 6-16 can join in a bead craft session at the same time.
Tea Gardens Library is running an Anzac Day craft event for children aged 5-12 years, also on April 24, from 2.30pm to 3.30pm and Hallidays Point Library will host Kids Bingo on Friday, April 26 from 2pm to 3pm.
Bookings are essential for most events.