Children get teeth into dinosaur art fun

Eleonor Reynolds taking part in the Dinosaur event held at Central Library. Picture by FRANK REID
Eleonor Reynolds taking part in the Dinosaur event held at Central Library. Picture by FRANK REID
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Artistic children made roar-some dinosaur masks during a fun event at Hartlepool Central Library.

The free dinosaur drop-in family activity proved popular as children got stuck into the arts and crafts activities. They turned everyday pieces of card, tissue paper and felt pens into colourful dinosaur face masks to take home.

Layla Morrow taking part in the Dinosaur event held at Central Library. Picture by FRANK REID

Layla Morrow taking part in the Dinosaur event held at Central Library. Picture by FRANK REID

Five events catering for children of all ages are due to take place in the junior library from Monday to Thursday.

Monday’s activity is Little Tiger’s Big Holiday stories and rhymes at 10.30am for children under five.

On Tuesday, there is a picnic theme stories and rhymes session at 2pm, again for under fives.

Then on Wednesday, there is a Butterflies and Bangles drop in family activity morning for children of any age at 10.30am to noon.

Nana Angela Connelly with her granddaughters Ava and Lily Arnison taking part in the Dinosaur event held at Central Library. Picture by FRANK REID

Nana Angela Connelly with her granddaughters Ava and Lily Arnison taking part in the Dinosaur event held at Central Library. Picture by FRANK REID

At 1.30pm there is a Baby Babble session for under twos and on Thursday a stories and rhyme activity called Pants! is on at 10.30am.

All activities are free and there is no need to book.