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Library Marketing and Promotions Officer Therese Colman and Library Assistant Sarah Demou will welcome Busselton and Dunsborough locals into the library after-hours for reading fun.
Camera IconLibrary Marketing and Promotions Officer Therese Colman and Library Assistant Sarah Demou will welcome Busselton and Dunsborough locals into the library after-hours for reading fun. Credit: supplied/supplied

Fun for all ages will be in abundance next week when the City of Busselton hosts its blanket fort family night to celebrate national event Australian Reading Hour.

The unique event will see Capes families attend the library after hours for a night of blanket forts, hot chocolate and reading. Library marketing and promotions officer Therese Colman said Australian Reading Hour helped promote literacy for everyone.

“Reading as a family is a great way to have fun, bond with each other, and promote the importance of early literacy skills,” she said.

“Whether you’re picking up a book for the first time in years or you’re already an avid reader, you’re invited to stop what you’re doing and read for an hour,” she said.

The free event will be at Busselton and Dunsborough libraries on November 12. Visit busseltonlibraries.com.au.

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