Big Wild Read in Ryedale Libraries
Summer fun for 4 - 11 year olds. Crafts, stories, face painting, animal tracking, creepy crawlies and much more. This year's Summer Reading Challenge, "The Big Wild Read” is all about protecting nature and being kind to our environment. North Yorkshire's libraries will again take part in the largest national reading promotion for young people aged 4-11. There will be lots of activities taking place at various locations across Ryedale, including Discover Bumblebees and Discover Animal Tracking at Kirkbymoorside Library on 26th July and 30th August when the AONB team will be joining forces with Ryedale's Countryside Officer, Susan Bragg.
21st July: 2 -3.30pm. Pickering Library: Have your face painted and "peer at plants and creepy crawlies through the microscope”.
26th July: 10.30 - 12 noon. Kirkbymoorside Library:Discover Bumblebees.
28th July: 10.30-12 noon. Malton Library:Have your face painted.
4th August: 10.30-12 noon. Norton Library:Have your face painted.
Storytime at the following libraries.
Please book your free ticket for the storytime at the library.
21st August: 10.30-11.15am. Pickering Library
21st August: 2.15-3pm. Norton Library
23rd August: 10.30-11.15am. Kirkbymoorside Library
23rd August: 2.15-3pm. Malton Library
Crafts and stories at the following libraries.
Drop in and sample the added extras!
30th August: 10.30-12 noon. Kirkbymoorside Library:Discover Animal Tracking
1st September: 10.30-12 noon. Pickering Library:Discover Owls.
8th September: 10.30-12 noon. Malton library:Discover Bats.
15th September: 10.30-12noon. Norton Library:Discover Bats.
For more information on the Big Wild Read or any of the above events, call into your local Library and Information Centre or look at www.northyorks.gov.uk/iffy
News Posted: 21 July 2007
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