Wattle Range unveils July program

July 7, 2024 BY

Wattle Range Council has unveiled its upcoming Winter School Holiday Program, set to ignite creativity and fun for children throughout the region.

Commencing on Monday and finishing on Friday, July 19, this program promises a range of engaging activities designed to entertain and educate children during the winter break.

Scheduled at various locations across Wattle Range, the program offers a range of free activities for young people, catering to different interests.

Delve into the local timber industry history with fascinating exhibits and interactive displays at the Nangwarry Forestry Museum.

Test your skills and reach new heights at the thrilling climbing wall at Noorla Yo-Long, Rendelsham or Australian Bush Buddies will get you up close with native wildlife at the Tantanoola Institute with the opportunity to also unleash your creativity with various enchanting craft sessions at the Millicent Library.

Wattle Range Council community development manager Caroline Hill said they were excited to offer such a diverse and engaging program for the community’s children this winter.

“The program aims to entertain and promote physical activity and social interaction among children, contributing positively to their overall well-being during the chilly school holiday break,” she said.

Families interested in registering their children for the Winter School Holiday Program are encouraged to visit www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/school-holiday-activities for more information on activities, locations, and registration details for some events through Humanitix. Spaces are limited, so early registration is advised to secure a place.