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Whats On : July 2009
BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL LIBRARIES ZILLMERE LIBRARY (07) 3403 1455 Children’s events Children’s storytime - Thursdays 10.30am. Includes a craft activity. *Scrapbooking for kids - Friday 3 July 10.30am. Children need to bring 3 or 4 photographs to use in their scrapbook. Ideal for primary school children. *Bright Sparks comes to Zillmere Library – Tuesday 7 July 10.30-11.30am. As part of the NAIDOC week celebrations, the Department of Education and Training and the Year of Creativity invites you to express your creativity with renowned indigenous poet Sam Wagan Watson. Participants are encouraged to record a creative message or idea at the Bright Sparks booth. You can also launch your ideas with a postcard free to anyone in Australia! Ideal for young people 8-16 years. Rhymes, Rhythm and Rounds - Wednesday 8 July 2-2.45pm. Musical performance for children. *Gold Star Reading Club: Origami Journals - Thursday 9 July 2-3.30pm. Suitable for children 6-12 years. iSkills computer classes *Introduction to the library and library catalogue, eLibCat – This session is offered at Zillmere Library. Call the library to arrange a suitable time. *Introduction to the internet - Friday 10 July 10.30am. *Managing your digital photos - Friday 17 July 10.30am. * Introduction to email - Friday 24 July 10.30am. *Travel on the internet - Friday 31 July 10.30am. * Places are limited. Bookings essential Don’t miss out! Borrow a copy of the latest One Book Many Brisbanes 4: an anthology of Brisbane stories, from any Brisbane City Council Library. Purchase your own copy from a Council library or the Museum of Brisbane Store in City Hall. 27 Special interest groups ZEBRA Book Club – Thursday 2 July 10.30 am. A selection of short stories will be discussed. Contact library for details. New members welcome.