Face-to-face activities for babies, children, teens and adults will restart at Fraser Coast Libraries next month.
The free in-person sessions were forced to stop by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Programs provide opportunities for learning, recreation and socialising at all five Fraser Coast library branches.
People who attend will still be asked to follow COVID-safe practices – including physical distancing and hand sanitising.
Returning activities include Rattle & Rhyme for babies and toddlers under two-years-old and Under 5 Time for children aged 5 and under.
When first attending, parents will receive a bag including colouring in activities, a board book, hand puppet, songbook, scarf, hat and information about Council’s library services.
The packs are designed to be used at home and future Rattle & Rhyme and Under 5 Time sessions.
Some sessions require a booking due to limited spaces, so make sure you check out frasercoastlibraries.eventbrite.com for more information. You can also call your local library for details.
Other activities that will be returning include: Classic Films, Technology Tutorials, World Films, Wildlife Talks, Scrabble, Chess, STEAM Club for children aged eight or older, Chill for families and Colouring Calm.
Justices of the Peace have already returned to Hervey Bay Library on Mondays and Fridays from 10h00 to noon to witness documents.
Fraser Coast libraries are located in Hervey Bay, Maryborough, Tiaro, Burrum Heads and Howard.
Council urged people to take advantage of the free activities at the various libraries, along with borrowing books, eAudiobooks, DVDs and more.
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