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January 2018 School Holiday Program by City of Salisbury

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Cheap ways to keep the kids entertained
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There are plenty of things to do at the City of Salisbury libraries and community centres these January 2018 school holidays.

On Tuesday the 9th, kids aged 4 can have lots of fun with bubbles and slime at the Ingle Farm Library. Cost is $5 per child and registrations can be made online. Do remember to bring a change of clothes.

On Wednesday the 10th, kids aged 5 can join in on the rock painting craze at the Burton Community Centre. They get to find a rock, paint a rock and hide the rock. Cost is $3 and you will need to ring 82808843 to register your child.

On Thursday the 11th, kids aged 6 can make muffins and take them home at Ingle Farm Library's pizza muffin making workshop. Cost is $5 per child and registrations can be made online.

Kids aged 6 can drop in for some LEGO playtime at either the Salisbury West Library on Thursday the 11th or the Para Hills Library on Thursday the 18th. Cost is free and no registration is required.

On Monday the 15th, kids up to 6 years old can participate in a Read, Play, Learn session at the Len Beadell Library. Cost is free and no registration is required.

On Wednesday the 17th, kids aged 6 can learn how to become magicians with Magic Mike at the Len Beadell Library. There will be two sessions - 10.30am and 1pm. Cost is $5 per child and registrations can be made online.

Also on Wednesday the 17th, kids aged 5 can come along to the community garden at Burton Community Centre to learn, create and plant. Cost is $5 and you will need to ring 82808843 to register your child.

On Friday the 19th, kids aged 7 can explore their five senses at Mawson Lakes Library's science show. Cost is $5 per child and registrations can be made online.

On Wednesday the 24th, kids aged 8 can get started with robotics and coding at the Len Beadell Library. They can get to used to block programing to make Edison the robot move, flash lights and make noises. Cost is $5 per child and registrations can be made online.

On Thursday the 25th, kids aged 5 can turn old worn jeans into works of art in the garden at Burton Community Centre. Cost is $3 and you will need to ring 82808843 to register your child. Do remember to bring an old pair of jeans.
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Why? Cheap ways to keep the kids entertained
When: 9 - 25 January 2018
Where: Various locations
Cost: Various prices
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