2020 LOCKDOWN PHOTO COMPETITION
Been doing anything exciting recently? Did you soar during lockdown? Did you seek new adventures in your own back yard?
If you did then share it with us all at the Clutha District Libraries 2020 Lockdown Photo Competition.
The goal is to create a visual history of the recent COVID-19 lockdown and pandemic which can be use as a historical document for the education of future generations.
Open to all amateur and professional photographers who reside in the Clutha District.
Opening Date: 1st August 2020
Closing Date: 31st August 2020
Digital photos only and all the photos must have been taken within the Clutha District.
For the list of classes and term and conditions click here.
The start dates of lockdown levels were:
- Level 4 - 26 March 2020
- Level 3 - 28 April 2020
- Level 2 - 14 May 2020
- Level 1 - 9 June 2020
Don't forget to check your photos metadata to confirm what date it was taken. If you're not sure how to do this, there is plenty of info online, or you can follow these easy steps in Windows Explorer.
- Step 1 - Open Windows Explorer. Navigate to the picture file that has the metadata you want to examine.
- Step 2 - Right-click the picture file. Click "Properties" from the context menu.
Click the "Details" tab to display the picture metadata.
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Balclutha Library After School Programme
Every Wednesday during term 3 the Balclutha Library will be running an after school Brick Club for children aged 5 to 13 from 3-45pm to 4.45pm. At the end of each session all of the creations will be will be displayed in the Balclutha Library.
HELL Reading Challenge
Read your way to a Pizza. Call into your nearest library and collect a pizza wheel and reading log. Read 7 books, bring your pizza wheel and reading log back into the library and we will sign it off. Then you can take your wheel to HELL Pizza and receive a free 333 HELL Pizza.
Open to children aged 5-13 year old - Pizza wheel available from the 6th July 2020.