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Keep the kids busy: summer holidays in Whitehorse

14 Dec 2017

A great range of fun and educational activities will be held across Whitehorse during the coming summer school holidays.

Whitehorse Mayor Andrew Davenport said affordable, entertaining and educational activities, from art and craft to cooking and sport, run at Council venues throughout January.

“Free or low-cost activities for students of all ages and across all interests help parents and carers keep children active, engaged and enjoying themselves during the lengthy break from school,” Cr Davenport said.
Holiday activities include:

Box Hill Community Arts Centre – Workshops and activities at cover sculpting in clay, wheel work, painting, cooking, drawing, weaving and more. Book early as places fill quickly!

Sportlink – A holiday program run by Kelly Sports covers soccer, football, cricket, hockey and other sports as well as crazy games, karate and dancing clinics. Kelly Sports is a registered childcare provider and childcare benefits apply.

Council’s Parkswide Nature Play Program – Get outdoors and have an adventure and learn about local habitats. Details of this program will be released later this month and will be published in the January edition of Whitehorse News.

Aqualink Box Hill and Aqualink Nunawading – Join the Chill Zone at both venues, with inflatables, Tarzan rope and diveboards in operation.

Morack Golf Course and Driving Range – Improve your swing and have lots of fun at beginner and intermediate junior golf clinics. Supervised practice sessions, swing lessons, putting competition and more.

For more details and bookings, contact:

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