TASTER sessions in flower arranging, pebble painting and origami are being held at libraries across Denbighshire.

Libraries in the county are marking get creative week, which runs between May 11 and May 19.

In Rhyl, the library is teaming up with Rhyl Create. There will be activities such as beading. Rhyl Create, in the White Rose Centre, will host how to get started with painting and how to make a felt brooch.

At Prestatyn Library, there will be colouring with a cuppa.

In Denbigh, Haf Evans will be demonstrating flower arranging and Linda Jones will show how to make origami. The patchwork and quilting group which meets every week in Ruthin Library will be showing off their skills and designs, and The Woodland Skills Centre will be showing how to create with natural materials and resources.

The free sessions are as follows:

Prestatyn Library

Monday, May 13 - 2pm until 3pm - Make a Bead Bracelet

Tuesday, May 14 - 2pm until 3pm - Pebble Painting

Thursday, May 16 - 10.30am until 11.30am - Colouring and a Cuppa

Rhyl Library

Monday, May 13 - 10.30am until 11.30am – Make a Bead Bracelet

Wednesday, May 15 - 2am until 3pm - Pebble Painting

Rhyl Create, White Rose Centre

Tuesday, May 14 - 12pm until 4pm – Painting, Felt brooches and Beading

Thursday, May 16 - 12pm until 4pm – Painting, Felt brooches and Beading

Denbigh Library

Monday, May 13 - 10am until 12pm - Flower arranging

Saturday, May 18 - 10am until11.30am – Origami

Ruthin Library

Tuesday, May 14 - 3pm until 5pm – Patchwork and Quilting

Wednesday, May 15 -10am until 12pm – Woodland Skills Centre