Tianna Burns, 11 (left) and Emma Russell, 10, at the SUNfest Amazing Art Race at Canoe Point, Tannum Sands.
Tianna Burns, 11 (left) and Emma Russell, 10, at the SUNfest Amazing Art Race at Canoe Point, Tannum Sands. Brenda Strong

New holiday workshops this week as SUNfest continues

WEEK two of SUNfest is bound to be exciting with new workshops for kids and teens beginning.

The SUNfest IZIT! performance art workshops start on Monday with kids signing up to learn about drama, dance, singing, slam poetry and living statues.

These five-day workshops will result in a performance at the SUNfest showcase on Friday night.

For those wanting to try different sports, there will also be guided kayak tours at Seventeen Seventy, horse riding at Harmony Farm and tennis games at Gladstone Tennis/Squash Complex.

Crafty types can expect to see more fantastic workshops available.

The PCYC is hosting a recycled lantern workshop, and the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum is playing host to a mini top hat and fascinator workshop, a "klay kreetures" workshop and a tote bag sharpie tie-dyeing workshop.

What's On

Monday

SUNfest Reef2Beach Surf School, Basic surfing course with tutor from Reef2Beach Surf School, Meet at Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, Time: 8am-5pm, Cost: $35 (booked ticket)

SUNfest Lil' kids klay kreetures workshop for 10 to 11-year-olds at Boyne Tannum Community Centre, Time: 1-3pm Cost: $10 (booked ticket)

Horse riding at Harmony Farm, Contact Dennis Martin HarmonyFarm@me.com, 4974 1267 or 0429 741 267

Tuesday

SUNfest tennis - games at Gladstone Tennis/Squash Complex, Time: 8.30-11am and 2.30-5pm, Cost: $6 (booked ticket)

SUNfest Hot Shoes/Flash Mob Dancin' in the Street, two-day dance and movement workshop resulting in a flash mob at St Stephens Lutheran College, Time: 14-15 January 9am-3pm, Cost: $30 (booked ticket)

SUNfest Hook in2 Hockey program with local players and coaches from Brisbane. Takes place at Rigby Park, Time: 9am-noon, Cost: $6 (booked ticket).



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