WOCRC offering free OPL children’s make-it kits

WEST CARLETON – The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre (WOCRC) is partnering with the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) to offer West Carleton children free Make-It Kits.

“As part of its Summerland children’s reading club, the OPL is offering a limited number of free Make-It Kits for kids aged six to 12,” the WOCRC released in a statement today (Aug. 19).

The kit includes the supplies for 10 multi-literacy activities kids can follow through the library’s YouTube channel — but you do not need the Internet to use the kit.

“The kit includes instructions and inspiration, but the contents can also be used for any other creative ideas your child comes up with,” the WOCRC said.

For more information, please visit wocrc.ca. To register for this kit, please email the completed registration form to intake@wocrc.ca or phone 613-591-3686 ext. 269.

“While these kits are for rural residents, everyone is invited to visit the library’s Summerland site to see the online programs available for free to all Ottawa residents,” the WOCRC said.