Yackandandah Library could have been the set of LEGO Masters Australia yesterday as 30 children took part in a school holiday program.
Imaginations were running wild with hundreds of LEGO bricks at the group's disposal.
Yackandandah was the first of three libraries across Indigo Shire to run the holiday session this week.
Branch co-ordinator Margaret Citroen said the LEGO collection had been purchased in 2017 from proceeds of their annual book sale, and had proven popular for local children.
Holly Lerch, 7, joined her friend Aliya McCormack, 8, and built a miniature lake scene.
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Holly said the session was "fun" and she enjoyed including her creation in a display with the other kids.
One-hour LEGO Mania sessions are also running today from 11am at Rutherglen and from 2.30pm at Chiltern, and on Friday at 2.30pm at Beechworth.
The Indigo Council sessions join a range of school holiday programs happening at North East libraries.
At Wangaratta Library 'magician extraordinaire' Duck Cameron will host a magic show suited for children aged up to 12 on Thursday at 2.30pm.
Then on Monday, complimentary popcorn will be on offer at a screening of The Darkest Minds from 2.30pm.
The 2018 PG-rated film is about a group of teenagers who develop superhuman powers.
For the literary-minded, at Wodonga Library poet Peter Klein will run writing workshops and open mic sessions for teenagers aged 12 to 16 on Thursday, July 11.
To participate in any school holiday activities, contact the relevant library.
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