Early Years Family Fun Day

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The little ones will be having all the fun at the Early Years Family Fun Day being held later this month in Logan.

The free event is packed with activities to delight kids aged 0 – 5 and will include face painting, music, art and craft and much more. A free BBQ will also be on offer to refuel hungry tummies after an action packed morning.

The event is a community collaboration organised through the Woodridge Early Childhood Educators Network and other services in the local community to help introduce children and their carers to Kindy and Big School.

Carers who attend will receive a checklist with helpful information on enrolment procedures, accessing pre-prep programs at local schools, attending Kindy and how to help kids get ready for Big School.

Representatives from local schools and kindys and community services will also be on hand to help answer any questions carers or kids might have about starting Kindy or Big School.

Event Details are:

Date: Wednesday July 26
Time: 10.00am to 12.30pm
Location: The Family Place, 35A North Road, Woodridge

For more information on either event email earlyyearsfdunday@gmail.com

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