Orange City Library was a popular place to be during the school holidays with its events ranging from cooking to reading booking out.
Librarian Sean Brady said although the library staff always host school holiday activities they put extra effort into making the activities enjoyable and educational for the most recent break.
"Once or twice a year we will put in a massive amount of energy and every day [in the holidays] we had activities on," Mr Brady said.
"Cooking and gardening activities were the most popular.
"We had a pretty packed program these school holidays."
There was cooking and gardening, which involved the children making carrot muffins from carrots they'd harvested from the library's garden that week.
Another class, Science Kitchen was about looking at the chemistry involved in cooking.
Mr Brady said the children looked at what made popcorn pop, and the chemical reactions that resulted in ingredients becoming marshmallows or play dough.
Cooking and gardening activities were the most popular.Librarian Sean Brady
The escape room mystery activies at Emmaville Cottage were also extremely popular, as was a claymation workshop and an Action Reaction superhero workshop.
Other activities such as the two Lego clubs were more about having fund and the library also didn't forget it's traditional literacy background.
"There were two book clubs," Mr Brady said.
One was a young adult book club aimed at teenagers called The Book is Always Better, and they compared novels with their screen versions.
There was also a junior book club called Inklings.
"It doesn't have a theme, it's just looking at books, they are wrapped up with activities," Mr Brady said.
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