Busy time for Selwyn libraries

by Anonymous Author

March is going to be a busy month for Selwyn libraries with a range of events and displays.

Science Alive is visiting local libraries to host fun sessions for children where they can learn about the science of colour and experiment with coloured inks.

The Colourful Chromatography sessions will be held at libraries in Lincoln, Leeston, Darfield and Rolleston.

The sessions are free and are suitable for 5 to 10 year olds, but bookings are essential as places are limited.

Local libraries will also have a range of displays during March. Displays include Treasures of the Pacific from Canterbury Museum, which is at Leeston Library until March 15; a Japan Day display with origami and cherry blossom craft stations at Lincoln Library until March 10; and displays on World Wildlife Day and World Meteorological Day at Darfield Library. Lincoln Library also hosts a first world war display from Canterbury Museum during March, focussing on four Cantabrians and their experiences during the war.