Bordertown's Public Library hosted local high school and primary school students for an acting workshop held on Wednesday June 22.
The ten local children, aged 7 to 14 year old, attended the Bordertown Drama Group's workshop to both develop their skills and build new ones.
The workshop session was hosted by Pat Martlew, Lynne Burton and Raquel Moucachen on Wednesday afternoon.
This event was an extension of the existing Creative Kids program and was directed to the children involved in the original program after school.
Mrs Rachel McLellan is the Bordertown Public Library assistant and oversaw the program.
"Most of the kids came along to have fun, while another commented they wanted to pursue acting," Mrs McLellan said.
The program ran from 4pm to 5pm and the children developed their skills through completing activities ranging from projection, facial expressions and body mobility.
"The kids were asked to select a hat and then act out what kind of person would wear that headpiece," Mrs McLellan said.
"It was a challenging exercise and encouraged the kids to think on their feet and improvise."
More information on the Creative Kids program and upcoming takeovers will be available on Tatiara Library's Facebook page and website.
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