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School holiday activities on offer across the Upper Hunter

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The April school holidays have commenced for our readers in the Upper Hunter with many organisations promoting youth activities across the region.

Here are some upcoming events over the next two weeks:

Week 1

School Holiday Activities

Bookings are essential for all activities, contact the organiser directly for further information or to make a booking.

 

Murrurundi Youth Venue
Contact: 0438 437 082

Tuesday April 6 – Basketball Comp

Friday April 9 – Youth Week Event, 4pm to 7.30pm – laser tag and inflatables fun (transport available)

 

Denman Library
Contact: 6547 2208

Thursday April 8 – Nature Craft, 1.30pm to 2.30pm – Make clay creations to take home.

 

Muswellbrook PCYC Vacation Care Program
Contact: 6541 1434

Cost $50 per day, email [email protected]

Tuesday April 6 – Diamond Dots

Wednesday April 7 – Music Day

Thursday April 8 – Movie Day

Friday April 9 – Gymnastics Day

 

Upper Hunter Youth Services (Muswellbrook)
Contact: 6543 4841

Tuesday April 6 – Marble painting

Wednesday April 7 – Making cloud dough

Thursday April 8 – Cooking

 

Muswellbrook Library
Contact: 6543 1913

Tuesday April 6 – Nature Craft, 10.15am to 11.30am – Make clay creations to take home.

Wednesday April 7 – Puppet Show, 10.30am to 12noon – Musical show with Sustainability team and Waste Warriors.

 

Singleton Library
Contact: (02)6578 7500

Tuesday, April 6  – LOL (Little Ones Library) – An interactive 30 minutes full of rhyme, song and dance, held every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.

Wednesday, April 7 – Have fun with robots, mechanics, circuits and coding. 11-12.

Friday, April 9 – Art Workshop with Debbie Becker – Create artworks that will be used in a gallery exhibition in the Library celebrating the Australian Heritage Festival.

 

Singleton PCYC
Contact: (02)6572 1653

Why not visit the Singleton PCYC on Wednesday 7th April for our Gymnastics “Come & Try” session?

A 2 hour class (1.30pm to 3.30pm) for just $22 will give participants a taste of the basics.

 

 

Week 2

School Holiday Activities

Bookings are essential for all activities, contact the organiser directly for further information or to make a booking.

 

Muswellbrook Library
Contact: 6543 1913

Thursday April 15 – Native Animal Habitat Activity, 10.30am to 12noon – Learn how to help native animals and make your own habitat to take home.

 

Muswellbrook PCYC Vacation Care Program
Contact: 6541 1434

Cost $50 per day, email [email protected]

Monday April 12 – Challenge Day

Tuesday April 13 – Super Sports

Wednesday April 14 – Dress Up Party

Thursday April 15 – Tie Dye Fun

Friday April 16 – Cooking

Monday April 19 – Arts and Crafts Day

 

Upper Hunter Youth Services
Contact: 6543 4841

Tuesday April 13 – Drawing        

Wednesday April 14- Cooking

Thursday April 15 – Family Fun Day, 11am to 3pm – heaps of activities and barbecue lunch, everyone welcome.

 

Scone Youth Venue
Contact: 0447 610 915

Thursday April 15 – Drone workshop, 10am to 2pm – bring your own or borrow a drone, learn laws and are safety (transport available)

 

Murrurundi Youth Venue
Contact: 0438 437 082

Tuesday April 13 – Soccer

Friday April 16 – Pool Comp

Tuesday April 20 – Cooking Waffles

Friday April 23 – Art & Craft

Tuesday April 27 – Art & Craft

Friday April 30 – Card Games

 

Singleton Library
Contact: (02)6578 7500

Tuesday, April 13  – Joel Howlett Magic Show
1:30-2pm – Cost $5 Single $20 Families
More fun than you could wave a wand at. Tickets available at the Library.

Wednesday, April 14  – Art Box Dioramas
12:30-2:30pm
Create miniature 3D worlds that will be placed on show in the Library.

Thursday, April 15  – Bath Bomb Workshop
11am-12pm – Cost $10 per child Ages 6+
Join Alison in making fizzy bath bombs. Tickets at the Library.

Friday, April 16 – Recycled Craft with Miranda
11am-1pm
Use recycled materials to create fun and engaging crafts.

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