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Suva Carnegie plans library week celebration

ALISI VUCAGO
Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Update: 12:28PM FIJI'S Suva City Carnegie Library will hold a Library Week Celebration from September 16 to 23.

The activities offered during the week-long celebrations will include puppet-craft making with puppet theatre, displays by the National Archives of Fiji, iTaukei comics by Ministry of iTaukei Affairs, health lifestyle with dance fitness programs, games and entertainment by the Chinese Cultural Exchange.

There will also be other programs set up by organisations such as the University of the South Pacific's Confucius Institute, the US Embassy's American Resource Center and the Fiji Society for the Blind.

The event will take place at the UN Park next to the library.

The program will commence this Saturday at 10am.








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