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Leopold Library Free Family Fun Day

Everyone is welcome to come and celebrate the opening of the new Leopold Library with a Free Family Fun Day on Saturday 8 December from 10am-3pm.

The Mik Maks will be performing at 12 noon, and the day will feature a packed program of free activities, including Roaming Reptiles, storytelling, face-painting, technology demonstrations, roving book characters and more.

The Lions Club of Leopold will host a sausage sizzle and Santa will also be paying a special visit at 2.30pm.

This is a great opportunity to celebrate with the community, meet the friendly staff and explore the new library space.

Leopold Library is located at the new Leopold Community Hub, 31-39 Kensington Road. The library officially opens its doors to the public at 9am on Monday 3 December.

Find out more information about Leopold Library's opening hours, features and programs HERE

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