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What’s on in Clyde – July 2019

July 3, 2019 in What's on in Clyde

Welcome to July

Winter school holidays are here and there are plenty of local events and activities to keep you and the troops entertained.

Here is a roundup of some of our top picks of the month to work your way through.

HOT ARTS FOR COOL KIDS

When: 10:00am – 12:30pm, Monday 1st – Friday 5th July
Where: Frankston Arts Centre 27/37 Davey St, Frankston
Cost: $15 per child; adults free of charge

Hot Arts for Cool Kids is a hands on, interactive, creative and diverse art and craft school holiday program for 4-12 year olds and their families.
Using recycled materials, and paper, craft, clay, woodwork, sewing, construction and painting, let your imagination run wild to create your own masterpiece.
Duration: 2.5 hours
Suits Ages: 4 – 12 years who must be accompanied by a non-paying adult.
For tickets and further information go to: https://artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au/Whats_On_-_Buy_Tickets/Hot_Arts_for_Cool_Kids_July_2019

PETER RABBITS GARDEN VILLAGE

When: 11:00am – 2:00pm, July 1st to July 5th
Where: Cranbourne Park Shopping Centrre, 125 S Gippsland Hwy, Cranbourne (Outside Commonwealth Bank)

Wrangle the kids and head on down to Cranbourne Park this July to visit Peter Rabbits Garden Village.

They can plant their very own carrot plant in a Peter Rabbit tin and meet the cheeky rabbit himself.

GREAT BRIARS TREASURE HUNT
When: 10:00am – 11:00am, Monday 2nd and Thursday 11th of July 2019
Where: The Briars – Mount Martha, 450 Nepean Highway Mount Eliza 3934
Cost: $16.30 per child

Calling all pirates! Are you ready for the Great Briars Treasure Hunt? Even in the chilly winter months, there are treasures to discover at The Briars.
Your kids will use their ears, eyes and noses to help locate feathered friends, smelly plants and all sorts of hidden treasure.
While they won’t be sailing the high seas, there might be some water about, so make sure they’ve got the gumboots ready for splashing through muddy puddles. Dress warmly and all pirate attire is greatly encouraged!
Program for 3-5 year-olds. Adult supervision necessary.
Bookings essential via: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/the-briars-12255672353

THE LISTIES RETURN FOR MORE R.O.F.L.ING (Rolling on the floor laughing)

When: 10:30am and 1:00pm, Monday, 8th July 2019
Where: Bunjil Place Theatre
Cost: $16 – children under 2 years do not require a ticket

Melbourne’s maestros of kids’ are back to show you some hilarious family fun with insane, interactive, and irreverent escapades that are perfect for the whole famz.

Prepare to be R.O.F.L. (rolling on the floor laughing) at this bonkers comedy extravaganza of epic proportions. It’s jam-packed with magically stupid stuff.
Any Questions?
Does it have a burpershop quartet? Yes, yes it does.
Are there 37 bubble machines? Of course there are.
Does the show feature the world’s most annoying song? YES.
Is there a mini panto fairy tale called ‘Jack and the Beans-Talk’ about a boy who eats magic beans and farts himself into space? YES – WHAT SHOW DOESN’T HAVE THAT?
Reported to be funnier than the Wiggles, if your kids have never been to the theatre before, do them a favour and make this their first experience. It’s something they will never forget and apparently just as fun for the adults as well.

For general ticketing and box office information (including conditions of sale) see the Ticketing services information page.

NATIONAL TREE PLANTING DAY
When: 10:am – 12:00pm, Sunday 28th July 2019.
Where: Witternberg Reserve, 12 Witternberg Avenue, Frankston
Cost: Free

To celebrate National Tree Day 2019, join in on the planting fun at Wittenberg Reserve in Frankston on Sunday 28th July 2019.

This site connected to Robinsons Park is an important conservation area and supports a diverse range of Frankston’s rare Flora and fauna species. The area acts as a stepping stone for wildlife moving between larger bushland areas such as Frankston Nature Conservation Reserve and Langwarrin Flora and Fauna reserve.

Make sure you wear warm clothing, sturdy shoes, waterproof jacket, a hat and bring your gardening gloves if you have any.
Sausage sizzle and refreshments will be provided.

Register with Planet Ark www.planetark.org and for further information go to: https://www.frankston.vic.gov.au/Things_To_Do/Events/Whats_On/National_Tree_planting_Day?historyback=1

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