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Whats On : January 2011
2 JANUARY 2011 3 exPLoring your WorLd WitH Summer reading and Fun adventureS Jack and Emily are back this summer with the Brisbane City Council libraries literacy program – Summer Reading. They are Exploring Your World with Summer Reading and Fun Adventures this month at all Brisbane City Council libraries. Jack and Emily encourage children to enjoy the experience of reading by completing a Your World Passport each time they attend a library event or read one of Jack and Emily’s personally selected books. • To get started, collect a Your World Passport from your local library. • Each time your child reads a book or attends a Summer Reading activity, a library staff member will stamp your child’s passport. By completing the passport, participants will receive an exciting prize as a reward! Summer reading activitieS january See A-Z listings for date and time details at branches listed in each event. PantomimeS domino’s sustainable circus The kingdom is in trouble! There is rubbish all over the castle, the moat is a mess and all of the animals are sad and sick. Domino tries to cheer them up with circus stunts but soon discovers that the best way to help is by recycling, composting and making the world a cleaner place to live. Join Domino at Bracken ridge, Brisbane Square, mitchelton, mt gravatt, inala, Sunnybank Hills, Sandgate, Fairfield, chermside and nundah Libraries for juggling, balancing, puppets, magic and lots of fun! Ideal for children of all ages. Freddy Frills and friends to the rescue! Join a lizard called Freddy Frills and his endangered friend Bilby Bob at Kenmore, Hamilton, grange, annerley, Stones corner, toowong, West end, corinda, new Farm and mt ommaney Libraries. Together, they go on an adventure to protect and sustain the environment through cleaning, planning and recycling. Ventriloquist Daniel Anderson and his Australian puppet characters will sing and have fun as they learn about sustainability, whilst showing children how to make their own puppets with recycled items. From Marionettes to hand puppets, these personalities will entertain adults and children alike. Ideal for children of all ages.