Drumming workshops, circus skills training, Lego Club, a Geektacular and ice skating are some of the highlights of City of Darwin’s jam-packed school holiday program, which kicks off today.
The program runs through until Saturday 28 January and is chock full of great events aimed at keeping young people occupied and engaged during the break from their studies.
The events accommodate children from as young as three-months-old right through to young adults.
Day one of the program reflects the variety of this year’s program, with Rhyme Time for children 3-24 months at Karama Library; an Aboriginal art workshop for the 12–17-year-olds, also at Karama Library; plus Dungeons and Dragons at Casuarina Library.
Registrations required for some activities. For more information, go to: darwin.nt.gov.au/school-holidays