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Casey Cardinia Libraries’ school holiday program will be jam-packed with free and budget-friendly activities for the kids.
Paper plane competitions, dance and play and an Easter dress-up parade are just some of the activities scheduled for the Pakenham Library these holidays.
The Emerald Library is also joining in on the Easter festivities with a holiday themed storytime on 13 April.
The hills location will also host a number of events focussed on Australian animals, including a hands-on experience with native creatures and a screening of the family movie Sing.
The holiday program will run across all Casey Cardinia libraries throughout the school break, however all sites will be closed between 14 April and 17 April for the Easter long weekend.
For a full breakdown of Casey Cardinia Libraries’ holiday program visit http://www.cclc.vic.gov.au.

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