Love our poppies at Springwood!
Also at Blaxland and Katoomba and some to come at Wentworth Falls and Blackheath.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )
Thank you so much for all of the recycled bits and pieces sent to me for the Recycled Robot workshop at Springwood Library – as you can see, your items were put to good use and provided a lot of fun for the kids!
See more photos here.
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Jenny and Maxine have been re-purposing books – make sure you go and see the real things at Blaxland and Springwood Libraries. A beautiful job ladies!Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )
The winners of the ‘Live Life’ portrait competition for youths (aged 15 – 21yrs) were awarded their prizes earlier this month. Please click here to view the award ceremony at Springwood Library, and see each of the winning portraits. Aniko envisioned an art competition that celebrated the lives of seniors through the eyes of the youth and worked with Naomi to create a project that was promoted to the local high schools. The standard of artworks received was very high – and Sarah Gurich from the new Blue Mountains Cultural Centre was asked to be the judge. Naomi put up an exhibition of the winning works at Springwood Library.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
Yesterday, there were some interesting visitors to Storytime at Springwood Library.
Watch the video below to see the characters of ‘The Wrong Book’ (by Nicholas Bland) come to life!
Thank you Love2Read committee and Children’s Services for pulling it off so well – and big thanks to John Merriman for the wonderful filming!!Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 3 so far )
Who LOVES2READ? We do!
Here is our own Love2Read take on Björk’s ‘It’s Oh So Quiet’ song from the ‘90s (click here to see the original). Our version is called ‘It’s Storytime!’ and the video clip features a few familiar faces…
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We had some Steampunk visitors to the Springwood Library Lovers Day morning tea, and they did a talk about the Steampunk movement. You can watch this video to find out more!
The wonderful title music is called ‘Clockmaker’, by band Abnormalice.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
The kids at Springwood library were in for a treat last friday. They were enthralled for the entirety of the show ‘Wake Up and Read with Frank Ozo’ – a one-man comedy incorporating music, drama, mime, puppetry, magic and circus skills all linked with short charming tales about growing up in Australia. Each tale is another piece in the puzzle of how Frank came to do what he does today and tells the important role books played in his life. The photos are by John Merriman – thanks, John!
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The results of a stop-motion animation class (the first session of art classes at Springwood Library) can be watched below. There’s some great work:Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )