The Glen Innes Toy Library will be relocating to Garden Court in coming weeks, closing its doors for the week of February 20, while Glen Innes Severn Council prepares renovation works on the former Gum Tree Glen building.
An annex of the Department of Education, the local Toy Library offers children and parents the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of toys for a small periodic membership.
Following the relocation, the library will re-open on February 27 and continue on regular business hours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings, before relocating again to the Northern Community Care building on Wentworth Street in coming months.
Currently renting its current location for a nominal fee, Toy library coordinator Judy Grosse said the enterprise is grateful for council’s support through the years and is looking forward to relocation in coming weeks.
The local play group Gymini Crickets, having also utilised the facilities in the former Gum Tree Glen building, have relocated to the Glen Innes Masonic Lodge on Church Street.
Catering primarily for children to the age of eight, membership to the library is available in six or 12 month intervals, with vouchers available from gifting memberships.
For further information on the Toy Library’s relocation and services, contact Judy Grosse on 6732 3487.
o On the move: Taylor Weir will be heading to Garden Court for her toy library borrowings.
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