A free fun day for youngsters is being held at the Fairfield Centre and Warndon Library in August.
Fairfield Fun Day is being held to encourage young people to go into the centre and library, and make better use of the resources on offer there. It has been organised by Worcestershire's Libraries and Learning team.
The activities taking place on the day include a Lego workshop, nail art, jewellery making, hair and beauty, and a variety of sports.
Councillor Lucy Hodgson, Cabinet Member with Responsibility for Communities, said: "This is a wonderful example of how our Library and Learning teams always go the extra mile to provide tailored support for their local community.
"It can be hard to find something fun and affordable for young children and teens to get involved in during the long summer break.
"Attending this event could even be a stepping stone for young people and their families from the Warndon area to re-engage with their local library and could potentially lead to them signing up for further family learning opportunities, joining one of the wide range of leisure courses on offer or even deciding to volunteer at their local library."
Fairfield Fun Day is being held on Thursday, August 16 from 12.30-3.30pm at the Carnforth Drive centre and adjoining library.
To find out more call 01905 758420 or go to www.learninworcestershire.ac.uk/fairfieldfunday