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A pop-up play space has arrived in Cannonvale this week as part of a touring installation supported by State Library of Queensland.
Cannonvale Library is one of only five Queensland libraries selected to participate in the first stage of the initiative, with other play spaces popping up in Strathpine, Rockhampton, Longreach and Townsville.
The pop-up kits contain play props, set builds and literacy resources that explore a range of themes allowing children and families to immerse into other worlds.
Delivered to complement programs such as First 5 Forever, the Play Space Pop-Up supports early years development – giving families more opportunities to have fun and get creative.
Division one Councillor Jan Clifford says the pop-up has arrived just in time for the school holidays and will be a ‘must do’ activity for families with young children.
“It provides a free opportunity for local children to unleash their imaginations and engage in the serious work of play,” she said.
“We’re thrilled to participate and offer local families something unique during the winter break.”Visit the pop-up during library opening hours from Monday 2 July.
For more information, contact Cannonvale Library on 4846 9400.
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