Fun things are happening at your local library

Japanese Tale and Origami craft session at Shepherds Bush Library with Kumiko

A small Japanese village evolved in Shepherds Bush Library on 31 July 2013, as Kumiko told a Japanese folk tale and had an interactive Origami session.

Children and adults created houses, mountains, Samurai helmets and villagers for the story.

Great fun was had by all 16 children and 12 adults who attended and with the army of villagers they built the bad Samurais were defeated!!!

by Mandy Charles
Customer Service Manager, Shepherds Bush Library

Creepy House at Hammersmith Library

On Wednesday 31 July, Hammersmith Children’s library was invaded by giant bugs as part of the Creepy House Summer Reading Challenge. Bug Attack! was attended by around 20 children who created an army of scary giant insects.

On Thursday 1 August, around ten children were involved in the library being taken over by scary string monsters.

There will be more art and craft sessions every Wednesday and Thursday on the Creepy House theme throughout the summer holidays.

The theme for Wednesday 7 August will be Haunted Houses and on Thursday 8 August there will be a Spooky Silhouette and mask making extravaganza.

Haunted House

Haunted House

Event times are 2.30 to 4pm,  all ages are welcome.

by David Harland
Customer Services Assistant

In the depths of Shepherds Bush…

As part of the Summer Reading Challenge 2013 in all London libraries we have been creating Creepy Houses and scary monsters…

by Mandy Charles
Customer Service Manager, Shepherds Bush Library

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