Children of all ages will have a blast at this year’s Elmore Field Days.
School holiday fun for the whole family Entertain children this school holidays with a trip to Elmore Field Days. For the ﬁrst time in years, the threeday event falls in the school holiday period—allowing more families to enjoy the array of fun on offer. Also a drawcard for families is the fact that children under the age of 12 receive free entry and there will be plenty of free activities available. Quirky Tales with Narelle Stone will be back due to popular demand. Ms Stone, who is a well-known amateur actress and is regarded as one of Victoria’s most popular librarians, will delight children with her animal story-time and plenty of audience involvement. “I tell a couple of stories to the 20
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children and we often get some volunteers up on stage,” Ms Stone said. “They have a chance to tell a part of the story. “I think kids like to play, they like to sing and they like to see an adult up on stage having fun.” Also among the attractions for children are two jumping castles, face painting, woodcraft, giveaways, a balloon artist and a colouring competition. Quirky Tales with Narelle Stone will be performing in the auditorium from 12.30pm to 1pm each day of Elmore Field Days.
Quirky Tales with Narelle Stone is back again.