Library becomes Easter egg factory

Easter arrived with a bang at the Ashburton Library on Wednesday when 90 children turned up to make their own Easter eggs.
Children’s librarian Jonathan Nixon and staff were run off their feet as they scrambled to find sufficient pens, paper, sticky tape and most of all, fresh eggs.
Making sure everyone was supplied with eggs meant three visits to the supermarket, he said.
The youngsters, parents, caregivers and grandmas were put to work blowing and then painting eggs, creating baskets and turning out dozens of original Easter baskets.
For some of the children, Nixon said, blowing an egg . . .

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