Turning Point Community Library's Blog

Community Library September 2018 Update

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This year the library has an average of 400 visits every month.
During the August holidays, we hosted weekly art and craft camps for children at the library.
We, also, have partnered with a group of young adults from local universities who come in two days a week to help the children in the library with their homework and their math and literacy skills.

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