March 13-16, at Picton & Wellington Libraries
Spend the March Break becoming a director, producer, props manager and more with the Stop Motion Film Camp! This four-day camp is designed to give youth the opportunity to work collaboratively to create a stop motion film masterpiece that will debut at this year’s MakerClub Film Fest on Saturday March 17th. Registration is required, but attend when you can (all four days not mandatory). Visit www.peclibrary.org/register to sign up now, as space is limited! (Ages 8+)
Tuesday March 13 at Picton Library
Junkyard Symphony is coming to town – and bringing with them their JUNK! The Symphony originated in Ottawa in 1992, and strive to turn one man’s trash into their audience’s treasure. This is a ticketed event – to register for your free tickets please visit www.peclibrary.org/tickets. Check out Junkyard Symphony on YouTube or their website at www.junkyardsymphony.org.
Saturday March 17 at Wellington Library
David Archibald has written music for and performed on Sesame Street in New York and CBC’s Mr. Dressup, and he’s coming to the Wellington Branch Library to perform a concert for the families of Prince Edward County! This is a ticketed event – to register for your free tickets, please visit www.peclibrary.org/tickets. Check out David’s work at www.davidarchibald.com.
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