Charlie Roberts, 7, learnt gardening skills at the Grassy Heads workshop at Stockland on Monday.
Charlie Roberts, 7, learnt gardening skills at the Grassy Heads workshop at Stockland on Monday.

Kids enjoy fun galore before facing the start of school

THERE are plenty more holiday activities on around the region for kids who aren't ready to go back to school.

On Monday children played on the slip 'n' slide, the jumping castle and the playground at the Kids' Day Out event at Tannum Blue.

If you missed out it's not too late - there's another one on Tuesday at HillClose in Clinton.

Tuesday also brings more Grassy Heads workshops at Stockland centre, so if you think you have a green thumb, come along and learn about gardening.

The Summer Reading Club at the Gladstone Regional Libraries is hosting more craft sessions right up until school starts back.

If you have always wanted to work with clay, then go along to the Creepy Cutlery workshop at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum or give horse riding a go at Harmony Farm.

WHAT'S ON

TUESDAY

PCYC Sausage Sizzle at the Marina, Cost: $5 addition to standard day fee

PCYC Science Day, Cost: Standard day fee

Bunnings DIY,Time: 10am-12pm, Cost: Free

Stockland Grassy Heads Workshop, Time: 10am-2pm, Cost: Free

Creepy Cutlery: Contemporary Clay Workshop, Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum, Time: 10am-12.30 pm

Summer Reading Club Craft, Gladstone & Miriam Vale libraries, Time: 9.30am

Kids' day out at HillClose Clinton, Time: 9am-midday

WEDNESDAY

PCYC Movies Excursion, Cost: $16 addition to standard day fee

Stockland Grassy Heads Workshop, Time: 10am-2pm, Cost: Free

Horse riding at Harmony Farm, Contact Dennis Martin 0429 741 267

Summer Reading Club Craft, Calliope and Agnes Water Libraries, Time: 9.30am

Scrapbook Fantasies, 2pm Cardmaking and 3.30pm Scrapbooking



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