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School Holiday Guide Spring 2014

By Canfan - 27 September 2014 1

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And so it is time once again for school holidays. Love it or loathe it, there’s no escaping it!

Here are a few ideas from us on how to keep the kids entertained during the break. What are your favourite activities the keep the kids occupied? Any hidden treasures we should know about? Let us know in the comments.

Spring Storytime at the National Library 11.30am 2nd October

Pete the Sheep 7th – 11th October The Street

Paper Making Workshops at the Botanic Gardens (7-12 yrs) 30th and 7th October

After Dark Scavenger Hunts at the Botanic Gardens 4th, 8th and 11th October

Kite Making and Flying at the Arboretum Monday 29th September 10am – 3pm

Alive and Spirited Family Activities at the National Museum of Australia 3rd and 4th October

Loads of classes and workshops at Belconnen Arts Centre

Tile Making at the Canberra Glassworks

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School Holiday Guide Spring 2014
wildturkeycanoe 6:33 am 06 Oct 14

First several links go to events that are currently unavailable, everything else just says “empty your wallet here please”. Is there nothing kids can do for free these days? Apart from going for a walk in the park or playing sports on an oval, there is absolutely nothing for children to do in Canberra that doesn’t cost their Mum ‘n Dad at least $5-$20 per hour, becoming very expensive if you have say 3 children and add transport and parking into the mix. Perhaps a school holiday casual work for teens program would be of more benefit, keeping the kids out of your hair for the day, teaching them valuable life skills and actually making money instead of using it all up?

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