Lithgow City Council Library is excited to be expanding its school holiday program. A FREE youth lock-in game night will be held on Friday 14 July from 6.00pm-8.00pm!

The library has been listening to feedback from local youth and in response will be hosting this special event for high school students aged 12 – 16 years only. For one night only, young people who have registered for this event can explore the library, utilise the space, play games and eat pizza! What could be better?

There will be a Nintendo switch set up on a big tv for a Mario kart competition, introduction games such as break the ice, allowing people to introduce themselves and meet new people, as well as a library scavenger hunt, that can be completed throughout the duration of the lock in with a prize at the end, and so much more. The library will be supplying pizza for dinner.

Conditions apply and participants must be dropped off and collected by a responsible adult/carer to ensure the safety of everyone getting to the library and home.

Registrations are required for the event for catering purposes and dietary requirements and can be made by contacting the library on 6352 9100. Only registered attendees will be permitted to attend. Parents/carers will receive an email with a set of basic rules, that are a condition of attendance to ensure the safety and wellbeing of both children and staff.

The library can’t wait to host the event and hope it is the first of many for the community’s youth. Spread the word and come and see what the library has to offer! Because the library is so much more than just books.