Mawson Lakes Library

Library currently closed

 

Click & Collect Service is available

 

8302 5555 for more details 

 

 

 

School Holiday Program

 Due to return July 2020

 

 

After School Learning Programs

After School Learning Programs 

 

Ages 7+

 

Term Time Only

 

Various Days 3:45pm-5pm

 

 

 

 

 

Cost: $5.00 per session

Activities that can be offered: Computer Animation, Mawson Coding Club, Bionics, Cartooning, LEGO Mindstorms, Microbits, Mindcraft, Chess (free activity). 

 

Here at The Centre, we offer a variety of after school learning programs for children aged 7 and over across the calendar year.

These are activities aimed at our local families in Mawson Lakes, surrounding subrurbs and residents of the City of Salisbury.

To register your child's interest or to join our mailing list, please email Andrew Murray- coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

These programs will resume as soon as possible. These are currently suspended due to the impacts of covid 19.

However your expressions of interest are very welcome as we plan for our reopening in the near future. 

Story Time

 NEW PROGRAM TIMES FOR 2020

 

THIS PROGRAM IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID 19

Story Time is a wonderful way to introduce your child to books and reading. It allows children under five to hear rhymes, stories and language, and broaden their creativity and imagination.

Story Time sessions are held on Thursdays starting at 10am at the Mawson Lakes Library and run during school terms only.  Parents, grandparents, carers and friends are very welcome.

Giggle Time

NEW PROGRAM TIMES FOR 2020

 

THIS PROGRAM IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID 19

Parents or carers of children aged zero to two can have fun building early literacy skills through sharing books, songs and action rhymes.

The experiences that children have in their early years shape their development, ability to learn, social skills and self-esteem.

Giggle Time sessions are held on Mondays and start at 10.00am at the Mawson Lakes Library. Sessions are only available during the school term.

Parents, grandparents, carers and friends are very welcome.

Who We Are

The Mawson Centre

OUR CENTRE IS CLOSED from Tuesday 24th March 2020 until further notice due to Covid 19

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