SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN
January School Holiday Program highlights
April School Holiday Program highlights
Parkour Demo & Workshop
Laughin’ at the Lake!
Parkour is a discipline based on fluid and efficient movements with a philosophy of altruism. Develop coordination, balance, agility, functional strength, and fitness in a fun and safe environment with experienced instructors. FrEE admission. Workshop for 12 – 18 year olds only. Limited numbers prior booking essential.
Check out the website for dates and times.
Wednesday 15 January 1pm to 3pm Lake Kawana Community Centre
Funded by the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing
Nickleby & Friends
Tuesday 14 January 1pm Lake Kawana Community Centre In this spectacular 1 hour magic show, Nickleby the Magician will be joined by special guests ranger rango, ralph the rabbit and Pavlo as they perform amazing illusions. Tickets: $15 each or $12 each for Groups of 8+
Jurassic Joe Dinosaur Show
Thursday 23 January 10am & 1pm Lake Kawana Community Centre A 45-minute, fun-filled musical ride through the amazing world of prehistoric reptiles, suitable for the whole family. Join in the dinosaur activities in Lakurassic Park before and after the show! Aimed at children 2 years and up. Tickets: $8 each
Interactive 3-D adventure playground for little kids and big kids with inflatable jumping castles and much, much more at Lake Kawana Community Centre. It’s the ultimate Easter party game combo.
Circa’s Holiday Workshop Wednesday 16 April Nambour Civic Centre
Great circus is for everyone! Circa’s holiday workshops are appropriate for all age groups. Whether you are new to circus or already have some previous experience. This one day workshop will focus on specific skills in hula hooping, tumbling, ground acrobatics and building human pyramids as well as a focus on building skill development within a social and fun environment. Tickets: $100 per child recommended ages 6 – 16 years
Circa acknowledges the assistance of the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.