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Published October 11th 2019
Great events that will be on in Joondalup
Joondalup is a suburb that has heaps of events for both children and adults. This is a small list of things that are on during October to December 2019.
LEGO WORLD Lego World will be on 16th October from 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm at Woodvale Library, 5 Trappers Drive, Woodvale. This is an event which will cost just $2 each and here you can create, challenge, and construct your best Lego.
It is going to be for ages 5 to 12 years and no bookings are required. Just attend any of these sessions. The attendance will, however, be limited to the first 30 people who arrive.
This event will be on 16th October from 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm at the Joondalup Library, 102 Boas Avenue, Joondalup. CoderDojo is a volunteer-led program which runs for free coding clubs (Dojos) for young people.
At a Dojo, young people learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and much more. Dojos make developing and learning to code into an interesting, sociable and amazing experience. Bring your laptop or similar and share what you have been learning.
This program is for ages from 7 to 17 years and for further information contact the City on 9400 4751.
LITTLE FEET FESTIVAL This will be on 27th October 2019 from 12.00 noon until 5.00 pm at the Edith Cowan University, 270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup (near the Pines Picture Garden).
Little Feet is one of the biggest days of the year for children aged 12 and under. It is fast becoming the City's highly-popular Little Feet Festival fabulous fun.
In 2019, the Little Feet Festival transforms into an 'Imagination Wonderland'. This is where the children are asked to bring along their "ginormous" ideas, examine what they think, and inspire through creativity and play. The City has made the Little Feet Festival to a five-hour one, which will give visitors an extra hour for the fun free family day that will be on offer.
This year, in collaboration with the Autism Association of Western Australia, there is going to be a pit stop on-site if any of the children require a bit of time out from this festival as they are autistic.
Autism WA has created a social story for families to learn about what they could expect at this year's Little Feet Festival. At the pit stop, there will be bean bags, colouring in places and a spot where the children will be open to do some other things this year.
This will be on from 29th November to 20th December 2019. It will be held every Friday in Central Park.
These markets will be on from 5:30 pm and 8:30 pm and here there will be some lovely handmade and homemade products. As well as these goods, these will also be some live music, entertainment, workshops and demonstrations.