Eighteen children dazzled the Dungog Library with their creativity designing their own library bags during the school holidays.
Each child got to design their own bag to take home and use again and again in the library.
"Libraries are great places to be in the school holidays offering loads of free activities to engage, educate and stimulate children and give them some much needed screen free time," said Librarian Amanda Field.
"Look out for future school holiday and other events at Dungog Library."
Coming up at the library:
Fermenting and Kombucha Worksop
The workshop will be held at the library from 10.30am to 12.30pm on Wednesday, August 21.
The event is free but there is a maximum of 15 places and bookings are essential. Phone the library on 4992 1819.
Presented with the help of Jr Richards and Sons Waste and Recycling Services.
Learn how to minimise food waste through simple fermenting techniques. Reap the multitude of benefits of storing food at their peak, capturing flavour and nutrients, while saving money at the checkout.
Enigma or contradiction?
Tocal's history and the life and times of Caleb Wilson, the owner of Tocal from 1834 to 1838 is the subject of a book by Jean Archer.
Jean will be visiting the library on Wednesday, August 14 at 10am.