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Free School Holiday Activities for Older Kids at Marrickville Library

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Get the teen off the couch these holidays
The 10 - 16 year old age group gets harder to entertain, especially for free but Marrickville Library has a great range of youth activities these school holidays to get the kids out of the house.

Chocolates School Holidays

Wii Player Challenge While still screen-active, at least you are playing against new people and mixing it up a little - added bonus of prizes to be won! At Marrickville Library on Tuesday 1st July, 2pm - 4pm.

Rice Paper Roll Workshop learn to make these tasty treats - and if your child hasn't tried them before, you've tricked them into a new and healthy food! Marrickville Library, Friday 4th July 2pm - 4pm.

Bath Bombs Workshop A more sophisticated and practical craft - learn to make these great gifts, at Marrickville Library on Wednesday, 2nd July 2pm - 3pm.

Hip Hop Dance Workshop Get a free lesson and workout with Daniel Huet from the Urban Dance Studio. Held in the herb Greedy Hall on Tuesday 8th July, 2pm - 4pm.

Chocoholics Workshop A favourite with everyone, make some fabulous chocolates (then eat them, of course!). Marrickville Library on Thursday 10th July, 2pm - 3pm.

While free, bookings are essential so call 9335 2173 or book online.
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Why? Fun activities to get the teens out of the house
When: Varies
Phone: 9335 2173
Where: Inner West
Cost: Free
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