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Unley Libraries School Holiday Program

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School's out and there is time to play and explore. At Unley Libraries, the school holidays are a bustling time as our Youth And Children's team launch their school holiday program. Usually based on an exciting theme each holidays, we invite performers, provide activities, and have some great fun.

And this is the place where you can book online prior to each set of holidays.

Please note:

Children under ten must be accompanied by a parent or carer. Children over ten must be signed in and out by a carer or parent. Please see a member of our Youth and Childrens staff. Events are only suitable for particular age ranges; please take note when booking your child.


Unley Libraries School Holiday Program is taking literacy, creativity and technology beyond the library walls! We'll be adventuring with young people across our Unley community spaces.

Come and join us on a fun-filled holiday program linking with the National Summer Reading Program theme of ‘choose your own adventure’.

Summer Reading Club runs from 19 December - 28 January 2015. Children can sign up at the Unley Libraries to receive prizes for reading achievements.

Download the School Holiday Program here: Unley Libraries School Holiday Program January 2015(1347 kb)

Bookings for January 2015 School Holiday Program will be available from 10am 31/12/2014.


Upcoming library events at Unley Libraries

  • Summer Reading club

    When: Saturday, 31 January 2015 - All Day
    Where: Unley Libraries

    Grab a book and get ready to go on an adventure with the Summer Reading Club. Join in the fun here at the library and more competitions online at


    - Register at the Unley Libraries for the Summer Reading Program from Friday 19 December 2014.

    - When you register you will receive your registration pack and tear-off slip.

    - Start reading. (Parents - you can read to your child)

    - Each time you finish a book, ask your parent to initial a box. One box equals one book read.

    - Once you reach a green prize box on reading record please fill out the correct tear-off slip for the number of books you have read, and fill in your details.

    - Bring your tear off slip into Unley or Goodwood Library to receive your FREE gift and place your entry in the National and State prize draw.

    All reading records and completed tear-off slips must be returned by Friday 31 January 2015 to go into the National, State and Unley Libraries prize draw.


Upcoming library events

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