- Saturday 14 September 2013
Flips, films, fairies, jumping or strumming, Sunshine Coast Venues have it covered these school holidays.
Sunshine Coast Council presents a fun-filled and affordable holiday activity program to entertain the whole family at Lake Kawana Community Centre, Nambour Civic Centre and The J Noosa.
Nambour Civic Centre will kick off the holiday fun with a live show from the popular children’s TV show The Fairies on Sunday 22 September. Kids can join the beautiful fairy Rhapsody who has a dream to be a Princess. Teenagers aged 13 to 18 with beginner to intermediate guitarist skills and those who love to sing are invited to attend a two day Music Mentoring Workshop from 10am to 4pm on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 September. The second week offers screenings of Disney’s Monsters University from 30 September to 2 October at 10am for only $8.50, with every child receiving a free small bag of yummy popcorn.
At The J Noosa 12 to 17 year olds will have the opportunity to take filmmaking to the next level with iFilmmaker Workshops using an iPad and digital filmmaking technology on Tuesday 24 September. Nickleby the Magician will return with a brand new show for all ages on Thursday 26 September promising lots of magical fun for all to enjoy. On Wednesday 2 October the ever popular Jumpin @ The J and Greenzone discos returns on Friday 4 October.
Brisbane’s premier youth troupe, Flipside Circus, will set up tent at the Lake Kawana Community Centre from 2 to 4 October with shows at 10am, 1pm and 6pm. Fourteen performers aged 9 to 18 years will entertain circus fans of all ages with a highly skilled and visually stunning show with aerials, acrobatics and more.
Early bookings are encouraged to avoid disappointment by visiting council’s performance venues website or by contacting Nambour Civic Centre on 5475 7777, The J Noosa on 5455 4455 or Lake Kawana Community Centre on 5413 1400.
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