Hawkesbury youngsters welcomed back to library for storytime

Pre-school Storytime has returned to Hawkesbury Central Library. Picture: Supplied
Pre-school Storytime has returned to Hawkesbury Central Library. Picture: Supplied

Pre-school Storytime has returned to Hawkesbury Library Service.

The propular program is free for children aged three to five years and includes themed stories and fun craft activities.

The sessions aims to entertain youngsters while helping to develop their listening and interactive skills.

Pre-school Storytime is held at Hawkesbury Central Library in Windsor every Tuesday and Thursday at 11am during school terms.

Bookings are not required.

A number of other children's activities are planned to return to the service in the near future, depending on COVID restrictions. Parents are urged to visit the Library Fecebook page for updates.

Of course, if you are unable to visit the library branch, there are plenty of online resources to sample.

Story Box Library (storyboxlibrary.com.au) is ideal for anyone who loves children's literature.

All you need is your Hawkesbury Library membership at the ready and you will receive access to hundreds of favourite stories read by Australian celebrities.

There is something for everyone to enjoy, including craft and activities related to most of the stories.

Hawkesbury Library Service has a COVID-safe plan in place. Participant number will be restricted and social distancing requirements will be observed.

Hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities will also be available. Of course, if you are feeling unwell, you are urged not to attend.

Hawkesbury Central Library is located at 300 George Street, Windsor.

For special event bookings visit hawkesburylibrary.eventbrite.com or visit the library website hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au/library for more details.