Sizzling Summer School Holiday Program now available

Published: Monday, 23 December 2019 at 9:15:04 AM

Keeping things cool these holidays just got a whole lot easier with the release of the City of Greater Geraldton’s Summer School Holiday Program.

The School Holiday Program – a combined effort between the City and external providers – will kick into gear from Monday 23 December.

City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn was happy to unveil the latest edition of the popular holiday program.

“Finding ways to keep the kids entertained over summer break can be a challenge, so we’ve done all the hard work for you,” he said.

“The Summer School Holiday Program is bursting with activities that will keep kids of all ages entertained.”

Stand-up Paddle Boarding has been added to the City’s line up of free activities on offer, joining the popular three day soccer clinics and wheelchair basketball sessions for children aged nine and over. Registration via Eventbrite is essential.

The Aquarena will be holding their five day intensive infant aquatic lessons again for kids aged 6 months to 5 years old. Older kids can enjoy a Swim in Movie Night and the BIFF and waterslide will be open almost every day over the summer.

Geraldton Regional Library will be hosting More Ripper Writing sessions, an Australian Inspired Art session and Button Picture Art, as well as Decomposition Detectives and the quirky “do oystercatchers really eat oysters” one-off events.

Museum of Geraldton will be filled to the brim with goodness as children of all ages can explore the Houtman Abrolhos Islands with a variety of activities and exhibits.

Little ones are set with Summer Holiday fun for kids aged 0-5 years old at the Child and Parent Centre – Rangeway.

The Mullewa Youth Centre will also be hosting a variety of one-off events for older kids to participate in.

With lots more on offer, be sure to check out the full program by clicking here or pick up a hard copy from the Civic Centre on Cathedral Avenue, the Library, Visitor Centre, Aquarena and the Mullewa Youth Centre.

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