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Ghastly Gothic Reads for Kids

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There is always heaps of activities during school holidays for children's entertainment.

The East Melbourne Library in George Street, East Melbourne is hosting an event for children ten years and over. This event titled "Ghastly Gothic Reads for Kids" is being held on Thursday 5th July 2018 from 2.00 to 3.00pm. Children will be inspired to create their own haunting gothic masterpiece after listening to their favourite gothic tales.

The Melbourne Library Service offers open community spaces, meeting room, gallery, free internet and word processing, a collection of community languages, music and film productions on CD or DVD, local history, reference books, non-fiction and fiction novels for all genre and tastes.

The library is situated at 122 George Street, East Melbourne and this event is free. Bookings are essential and can be secured online. Wheelchair and alternative access is available. For more information telephone 03 9658 9600.
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Why? School Holidays Activities With A Difference
When: 5th July 2018
Phone: 03 9658 9600
Where: Melbourne Library, 122 George Street, East Melbourne
Cost: Free, bookings essential
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