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Where to get copy of Holiday Happenings (school holiday program guide)?

By 28 December 2012 6

Hi everyone, do you know where I can get a copy of the little print booklet that gives a rundown on all the school holiday programs?

Someone told me it was called Holiday Happenings.

I find it maddening that it is so hard to find out about the various school holiday programs.

Thanks for any help you can give.

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6 Responses to Where to get copy of Holiday Happenings (school holiday program guide)?
#1
inlymbo9:51 am, 28 Dec 12

A quick search of Uncle Google:

http://holidayhappenings.com.au/

They are usually handed out at school in the last week of term.

#2
inlymbo9:53 am, 28 Dec 12

A quick search of Uncle Google:

http://holidayhappenings.com.au/

#3
Sharkymel3:20 pm, 28 Dec 12

We received one through the school at the end of the term, but I’ve previously picked them up at the Gungahlin Community Centre and the ACT Health Centre at Gungahlin – so if you’re not up this end of town try your local community centre, or maybe even the public library

#4
sepi3:27 pm, 28 Dec 12

You get them at public libraries.

But be warned – if the program is any good, cheap or is in a high demand area (like the inner north) it is booked out before they even hand out the booklets on the last day of school.

#5
Bad Seed5:48 pm, 28 Dec 12

sepi said :

You get them at public libraries.

But be warned – if the program is any good, cheap or is in a high demand area (like the inner north) it is booked out before they even hand out the booklets on the last day of school.

Schools get them a lot earlier than the last day of term. If they hand them out then, then that’s probably an executive decision that the school makes. I know our kids bring them home in about Week 8 and some of the popular programs book out well before the end of the school term so you have to get in quickly.

#6
birder6:57 pm, 28 Dec 12

Thanks everyone. I had googled it and couldn’t find it. Don’t know why it wasn’t showing up in my search results. Yes, I realize that the good programs are going to be mostly booked out. I’ve got her in the zoo program for a week this holiday program, so we are mostly set. I mainly wanted it so that I could be ready for next term!

By the way, I can highly recommend SWISH as a school holiday program. My daughter has been 3 times and really loved it. They are not booked out, probably because they are a bit more expensive ($98/day, although with child care rebate, that brings it down to $49/day). I just wanted some other ideas. It’s amazing all the possibilities, from gymnastics to cooking to pottery!

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