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Fun Filled Family Attraction, Food & Music in Tarragindi
Tarragindi, a suburb in the southern area of Brisbane was inhabited by Aboriginal people in the early 19th century, prior to the European occupation. One trace of the memory of the Aboriginal people is the creek name "Ekbin", which according to the Department of Natural Resources and Mines (2003) is derived from the aboriginal word "Yekkabin". This refers to the aquatic plants and edible roots which grew in the creek.
The Kindy's curriculum evolves to meet the diverse interests and needs of the children, ensuring no two days are the same. They offer a play-based child-led education encouraging the children to take risks as they embark on their individual learning journeys. The Kindy is located in natural surrounds, being nestled between parkland and quiet residential streets, where children feel safe and happy.
On Saturday 1st June 2019, the Kindy is hosting their annual Tarragindi Kindy Festival 2019. This is a fun day for the whole family with live music, food, bar, roving performance, face painting, homemade craft, cakes and preserves, rides, books and toys.
The whole community, families and friends are invited to come along to the Tarragindi Kindy which can be located at 31 Newington St, Tarragindi. For more information, please telephone 07 3848 2529. The festival will commence at 12 Noon, just in time for lunch and conclude at 6.00pm, which makes it an early night for the little ones. Entry is free.