Gunnedah Shire Council's school holiday program is back again for the first time since January, hip hip hooray!
There were no programs during the past few holidays due to COVID-19, but it's back again for the October holidays and is jam-packed with activities.
There's belly dancing workshops, circus skills classes, a photography workshop, tennis, cartooning, and more.
First cab off the rank on Monday, September 28, is cake decorating at the Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery, for ages five to 14 years. This activity costs $10.
On Wednesday, September 30, join instructor Meg Clowes for nada (sound) yoga.
Meg travelled to India and studied Nada Yoga, in the Himalayan foothills beside the Ganges River and will teach some of her skills to children aged 10 years and above.
There will also be a relaxing and engaging outdoor sketching class at the Wolseley Park Pavilion on Thursday, October 8.
Here, youngsters can enjoy the sights and sounds of spring by sketching the trees and plants of Wolseley Park.
Students will use various media on paper to study the forms and details of tree-trunks, leaves and other objects of the natural world. This activity will be for ages 9 years and above.
All activities will have the relevant social distancing and capacity limits in line with government guidelines, and parents are asked to keep their kids at home if they're not feeling well.
For more information or to book for the school holiday activities, head over to www.thecivic.com.au the council on 6740 2100.
To book for activities at Gunnedah Shire Library call 6740 2190.
What would you like to see in future programs? Head over to www.gunnedah.nsw.gov.au and follow the links to the School Holiday Program Survey to submit your ideas.