A large group of children were able to enjoy the program of holiday activities on offer at the Ceduna School Community Library last week.
There was a teepee constructed in the library for children to sit and read, while others took part in activities which included hessian sewing, creation of headbands and drums, a body scrub and slime day, and planting and making 3D faces.
Librarian Paula Marks said 100 children came through the doors across the four days, ranging in ages from three to 13.
She said the activities were well received.
"The kids enjoyed the different activities, we had different kids come through on certain days and it has definitely been worthwhile," she said.
"The interaction among the kids was great and it was a chance to do different activities they wouldn't normally do.
"Over time there has not been a space like this to do activities unless in child care and it gives parents a chance to do things without a mess at home."
She said the program gave the children a chance to do something outside of the norm in town.
"Unless you like the beach or sport it is hard to find a space to do something like this," Ms Marks said.
"The program of activities has been popular."
She also thanked Isaiah Coleman for his help throughout the week while on work experience.