SPACE, superheroes and animation are on the menu at an Oxfordshire library in the coming weeks.

Wantage will play host to four interactive events between now and early March, with three aimed at children.

Tickets are still available for two talks on space, with a waiting list available at events this week.

Tomorrow, illustrator Korky Paul will be holding a session at Wantage Library from 10.30am to 11.30am, when he will reading from the Winnie and Wilbur capers, giving away personalised colour drawings of Winnie and Wilbur along with signed hardback Winnie books. The half-term event is for children aged between three to 10.

Then on Friday, 'Superhero Storytime' will take place at the same time.

Next month, for British Science Week, kids will be able to relive the moon landing at the 'Apollo @ 50' talk on Saturday, March 9, from 10.30am to 11.30am.

The 'interactive retelling' of the moon landing, will see kids able to handle 'moon rocks, meteorites and even a piece of the planet Mars'.

That follows a talk about the European Space Agency the night before, from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

A representative from the European Space Agency will give a talk about the organisation, its role in developing space technologies, and their current programmes to explore our place in the Universe.

For tickets, ring 01235 762 291.