Halloween at libraries

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LIBRARIES have lined up some frighteningly fun activities for youngsters in the build up to Halloween.

The sessions will be hosted in Hartlepool’s libraries during the half-term holiday, including spooky stories, creepy crafting and some non-spooky sessions.

All the sessions are free, but are expected to get very busy so some must be booked in advance. Children under eight need to be accompanied by an adult.

The timetable of events includes:

At the Central Library, York Road, contact (01429) 272905.

Today from 2pm-3pm: This Is My Car Read and Rhyme session for under fives.

Wednesday from 1.30pm-2.30pm: Halloween Read and Rhyme session for under twos to make Pumpkin Masks.

Thursday from 10am-11am: Read and Rhyme session for under fives with theme of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”.

Friday from 10.30am-11.30am: Halloween animal story for ages 4-12 (booking essential).

At Headland Library, Middlegate, contact (01429) 268169.

Friday from 2pm-3pm: Read and Rhyme session for under fives – Pirate Party.

At Owton Manor Library, Wynyard Road, contact (01429) 272835.

Wednesday from 10am-11am: Spooky craft session for ages 5-12 (booking essential).

Seaton Carew Library, Station Lane, contact (01429) 269808.

Today from 2.15pm-3.15pm: Read and Rhyme session for under fives - Pumpkin Soup.

Thursday from 10:30-11:30am: Dingly Dangly Skeleton craft session for ages three and over (booking essential).

At Throston Grange Library, Glamorgan Grove, contact (01429) 263199.

Thursday from 2.30pm-3.30pm: Halloween craft session for ages 5-12.

At West View Library, Miers Avenue, contact (01429) 268288.

Thursday from 10.30am-11.30am: Read and Rhyme session for under fives to make bat basks and a spooky craft session for ages 5-12 9 (booking essential) from 2pm-3pm.