13 Sep 2018
Fun and educational activities will be held across Whitehorse during the spring school holidays over September and October.
Whitehorse Mayor Councillor Andrew Davenport said the activities covered sport, cooking, art and craft, water play and more.
“Council is proud to have a strong program of free and low-cost events at venues across Whitehorse to keep children active, happy and give them the chance to learn new skills as they have fun,” Cr Davenport said.
Box Hill Community Arts Centre – Ukulele for kids, stencil art, animate superheroes and villains, a family clay session making a fairy garden planter pot and more!
Sportlink – A holiday program run by Kelly Sports covers soccer, football, cricket, hockey and other sports as well as crazy games and more.
Aqualink Box Hill – Enjoy the Chill Zone (dive boards and Tarzan rope) every weekday in the holidays. Other activities running from Aqualink Box Hill include Soccer Joeys, Netfit Netball, No Limits Basketball and the Team Holiday holiday program.
Aqualink Nunawading – The small and giant inflatables and Tarzan rope will be operating every weekday during the holidays.
ParksWide Environmental Education - Events include Birds of the Blackburn Bush and Incredible Insects and Marvellous Minibeasts, both at Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, and Wildflower Wander at Yarran Dheran Reserve.
Whitehorse Centre – The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show is a great performance in puppetry for the whole family. Tuesday 25 September at 10am, noon and 2pm.
For more details and bookings, contact:
Box Hill Community Arts Centre, phone 9895 8888 or visit BHCAC
Sportlink Vermont South, phone 9847 7111 or visit Sportlink
Aqualink Box Hill, phone 9843 2900 or visit AQBH
Aqualink Nunawading, phone 9878 4576 or visit AQN
Whitehorse Centre, phone 9262 6555 or visit Whitehorse Centre
ParksWide Environmental Education, phone 9262 6211 or visit Bushland Education Program
379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, Victoria 3131Australia
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