February half term will be fun at East Riding libraries with activities for younger children and their families.
Jungle Dance Storytimes will be a chance to find waltzing warthogs and rock n' rolling rhinos. The Storytimes will feature 'Giraffes can't Dance' with songs, stories and craft activities.
The events are free and will be held at:
Tuesday, 18 February : Flamborough Library : 2.30pm
Tuesday, 18 February : Hornsea Library : 11am
Wednesday, 19 February : Beverley Library : 10.30am : Booking required
Wednesday, 19 February : Anlaby Library: 10.30am
Wednesday, 19 February : Hedon Centre : 10am : Booking required
Wednesday, 19 February : Bridlington Central Library : 10am
Wednesday, 19 February : Leven Library : 11am
Thursday, 20 February : Goole Library : 10am
Thursday, 20 February : Withernsea Library : 2.15pm
Thursday, 20 February : Hessle Centre : 10am
Thursday, 20 February : Cottingham Centre : 10.45am : Booking required
Thursday, 20 February : South Cave Library : 3pm
Thursday, 20 February : Pocela Centre, Pocklington: 10.30am
Friday, 21 February : Driffield Centre : 10.30am
In addition, East Riding Libraries will also be hosting 'Dear Zoo' Bounce and Rhyme sessions, a chance to find out what is the perfect pet, listen to 'Dear Zoo' and enjoy Bounce and Rhyme, with stories, songs and fun.
These free sessions will be held at:
Friday, 14 February: Beverley library : 10am and 2.15pm : Booking required
Monday, 17 February: Withernsea Library : 9.30am
Monday, 17 February : Market Weighton Multi Service Centre : 11am
Tuesday, 18 February : Anlaby Library : 9.30am
Tuesday, 18 February : Willerby Library : 9.30 am
Wednesday, 19 February: Goole Library : 10am
Thursday, 20 February : North Bridlington Library : 2.15pm
Thursday, 20 February : Cottingham Centre : 10am : Booking required
Thursday, 20 February : Snaith Library : 11am
Friday, 21 February : Howden Centre : 11am
Friday, 21 February: Anlaby Library : 9.30am.
For the majority of events, booking is not required, and people can simply turn up. If booking is required, contact the library involved.
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