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Dutch Kings Games for Kids at the National Arboretum

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Get ready for a fun, action packed morning of games
Come and celebrate at the Dutch King's Games at the National Arboretum these school holidays.

Get ready for an exciting, action-packed morning of traditional Dutch games, craft and giant lawn games. There'll be giant Kerplunk, giant naughts & crosses, giant Jenga, Dutch games such as "Sjoelen", learn how to make a Delft blue-type plate, and so much more.

Please dress weather appropriate and bring your best smile, ready to have a great morning.

For children 5 and their parents/carers. Parents must accompany children.

The Dutch King's Games will take place on July 10 from 10am-11am. Meet at the Terrace Room, National Arboretum Village Centre.

This is a free event.
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Why? Because playing giant Jenga and giant kerplunk is just awesome!
When: July 10 from 10am-11am
Where: National Arboretum Canberra, Forest Drive (off the Tuggeranong Parkway), Weston Creek
Cost: Free
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