Autumn fun these school holidays

Wednesday, 6 April 2022

The City of Greater Geelong is hosting a range of activities to help kids have fun these school holidays.

The exciting program for kids including puppet shows, circus performers, roving music and Easter craft activities.

Here are a few ideas for free activities:

Solar powered puppet show: 10am to 10:45am on Wed 13 and Wed 20 April at The Green Spine Park at 1 Malop Street

Bebop Circus: Join ringmaster extraordinaire Nic Dacomb from 11.30am – 1.30pm on Thursday 21 April at 111– 113 Little Malop Street

Easter Card Making: Use potato printing to make your own card. Sessions at 10am and 11am on Monday 11 April and Tuesday 12 April at 111 – 113 Little Malop Street. Bookings required.

Roving beats and bubbles: from 12pm to 2pm on Tuesday 19 April at the Green Spine Park at 1 Malop Street.

Draw the music: be guided by a local artist to create a work of art that captures the sound around you. Centrepoint Arcade Atrium, 132 Little Malop Street. 10.30am – 11.20am on Thursday 21 April. Bookings required.

Colour Me a Wallflower: Join Manda Lane for a freecolouring in activity, celebrating native florals of the Greater Geelong region. Lend your colouring skills to decorate a series of paper florals that will be collected and turned into a mural on Little Malop Street. All skill levels and ages are welcome. 11:00am to 2:00pm Saturday 16 April at the Love Central Geelong Hub 111 – 113 Little Malop Street.

Geelong Walking Drawings: make a large-scale walking drawing using jumbo chalk sticks. Suitable for all ages. 11:00am to 4:00pm on Saturday 9 and 23 April at Johnstone Park.

The school holidays run from Saturday 9 April to Sunday 24 April 2022.

More information is available through the fun school holidays guide at Love Central Geelong or check out all the events happening cross our region at Events Geelong.

Deputy Mayor Trent Sullivan 

There's a lot to keep the whole family entertained these school holidays across Greater Geelong and The Bellarine. We want to provide opportunities for younger residents to get out and experience new activities this autumn.

Community Health Chair Councillor Sarah Mansfield

It’s wonderful to see a jam-packed program available for kids across Greater Geelong. We have activities available for kids of all ages and some activities for parents too.

 

 





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