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Dip into books at Manukau Libraries these holidays

Media Release
17 September 2008

Dip into books at Manukau Libraries these school holidays

Commotion in the ocean is the theme for Manukau Libraries spring school holiday activities.

Aimed at primary school children, the programme offers kids the chance to explore the aquatic world and the amazing animals and fish that swim through our planet’s seas through fun activities and story times. Make pirate gear, find treasure in a book, watch ‘Shark Tale’ or make your own fish, octopus or a scary shark pop-up card!

Sessions will be held at every Manukau City Council library from Monday 29 September to Friday 10 October. For more information on times and sessions at a library near you go to www.manukau-libraries.govt.nz

All children should be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

What: Manukau Libraries’ Commotion in the Ocean School Holiday
When: Monday 29 September to Friday 10 October
Where: At your local Manukau library


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