Corio Library has programs for all ages, from toddlers to seniors, during Term 2.
From March through to May, the library will run classes on basic sewing, embroidery, knitting circle and stuffed animals.
Leather craft with local leather artist Aram O’Mara has been brought back due to popular demand.
The library is also going retro with macramé lessons for beginners.
All of these activities are free, but you’ll need to book your spot via www.grlc.vic.gov.au/whats-on or call 5275-2388.
Activities for children include Preschool Story Time and Toddler Time on Tuesday and Thursday at 10.30am. Sensory Story Time and Baby Time are on Tuesday and Wednesday at 11.30am.
There’s also a range of programs for school-aged children after school.
The library is catering to parents too, with a special talk by Lou Harvey-Zahra on Creative Discipline for Happy Toddlers and Children.
Digital literacy is a big focus for Geelong Regional Libraries and Corio Library is continuing the theme with lessons on eSmart Cyber Safety and iPads – basic and intermediate levels. There are classes for the community to help them explore the 3D printer, Design N Cut and Virtual Reality.
Classes range from 3D printer basics and paper craft through to designing custom 3D printed jewellery.
So, whether you want to borrow a book, learn something new, get creative or just relax, staff look forward to seeing you soon at the Corio Library, which is in Cox Road, Corio.
For further information phone 5275-2388 or email [email protected]