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Banish holiday boredom with library fun

Children, teens and young adults can keep busy during the April school holidays with free activities at Logan Libraries.  

International best-selling manga and comic book writer and artist Queenie Chan will  host online sessions for kids, teens and adults including: 

  • Animation for beginners with – Participants ages 12 and over will  learn how to use the free website to create simple animation. 
  • Self-publishing manga or books for beginners – Teens and adults learn how to  publish books or comics in print and e-book format and sell it online.  
  • How to plan and write a short comic through a writing workshop for teens and  adults offering some simple tips and tricks on planning a story. 

Young job seekers are invited to take part in free online Digital Springboard sessions from 1.30pm to 3pm on Thursday, April 7 and Thursday, April 14. 

Aimed at 14 to 18-year-olds, the sessions will teach participants how to build their CV from scratch or refresh their existing one and offer tips for before, during and after  interviews.  

Popular local author and illustrator Dr Cameron Stelzer is returning these school  holidays to host in-person and online drawing, design and watercolour illustration  workshops for kids, teens and adults. 

City of Logan author Belinda Topan will host a hands-on creative writing workshop for ages 10 and over.  

Bookings are essential for all sessions.

A list of holiday activities and session times  can be found online at 

During the Australian Heritage Festival, between Friday, April 1 and Tuesday, May 31, watercolour painting or drawing workshops will be held in the grounds of the  heritage-listed Mayes Cottage during the school holidays. 

Logan’s libraries will be closed for the Easter long weekend between Friday, April 15  and Monday, April 19, reopening on Tuesday, April 19.

They will also be closed on Monday, April 25 for Anzac Day.

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