Event co-ordinator Dannielle Hyde was on balloon duty Saturday morning at Cherry Lane Shopping Centre for the Family Literacy Day as part of Literacy Week. There are plenty of activities for kids and adults at the day-long event. Mark Brett/Western News.

Family Literacy Day celebrations at Cherry Lane Saturday till 3 p.m.

Wide range of activities for kids at Cherry Lane

Family Literacy Day is on now at Cherry Lane Shopping Centre as part of Literacy Week which runs through Jan. 30.

From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. there are a wide range of activities for kids and parents to take part in.

The theme for this week is, Unplug and Play.

There will be story telling, face painting, balloon animal making and bouncy castle along with activity centres throughout the shopping centre.

There will also be main stage entertainment until 3 p.m.

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