Holiday fun at the libraries - Monster mash

Discover Monster-o-Rama, one of the great school holiday activities at Marion Libraries.

City Limits Magazine Issue 45 April 2014 Front Cover

This article appears in City Limits magazine - Issue 45 - April 2014.

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Marion’s libraries will be packed with little monsters this school holidays as kids let their imaginations run riot at free craft workshops.

Monster-o-Rama will see kids create their own monsters from paper plates, pom poms, pipe cleaners, sequins and googly eyes from 14 April.

Wilhelmina and Wilkie got in the mood by slipping into their favourite monster costumes to join Marion libraries’ children's services officer Simone Sidler in some monster crafting.

“My favourite monster is a purple one and I like making things,” Wilkie, aged four, said.

Monster-o-Rama continues the libraries’ popular school holiday activities which have included detective, medieval and under the sea themes.

City Limits April 2014 - LIttle monsters“Themed events are a great way to link different activities in a creative manner and make it more exciting for kids,” Simone said.

“We’re really looking forward to seeing lots of little monsters in the libraries.” 

Monster-o-Rama is free and is recommended for all ages and will run from 10:30am to 11:30am at:

  • Park Holme Library, Monday, 14 April
  • Marion Cultural Centre Library, Tuesday, 15 April
  • Hallett Cove Library, Wednesday, 16 April

There is also a free cartooning workshop for budding artists aged 8-13 at Marion Cultural Centre Library on Wednesday, 23 April from 10.30am to 12pm.

Bookings are essential for Monster-o-Rama and the cartooning workshop and can be made via the City of Marion online events calendar at marion.sa.gov.au or by phone on 8375 6785.

Don’t forget to pick up a What’s On! booklet from your local library for details of upcoming activities.   


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