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Explore your senses and get messy at 'Sensory Stations' being held at The Coromandel Community Centre on Friday 16 May 2014.
Organised as part of the National Families Week Celebrations, the event is for children up to school age and their parents or carers.
Participants will be encouraged to take part in activities that explore all of the senses – sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste.
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But remember, this is a very hands on, interactive event and will be messy! So come prepared in your old clothes and enjoy getting dirty while learning at a sensory level.
The 2014 theme for National Families Week is 'Stronger Families, Stronger Communities'. The purpose is to highlight the important role families play and they are the central building block of our communities. It is a time to celebrate and share in the enjoyment of family activities. By attending the Sensory Stations morning, families will have a lot of fun while teaching, supporting and nurturing children, and enhancing their family well being.
There are two sessions available starting at 9.30 and 11am. It costs just $5 per family. Booking and pre-payment is essential.
Please call on 8370 6880 to make a booking and specify your session preference.
This activity is supported by the City of Onkaparinga and will be held at the Coromandel Community Centre, 442B Main Road, Coromandel Valley.