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Vines Village Creative Kid’s Day

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Vines Village Creative Kid’s Day
The Vines Village 193 Rapaura Road, Blenheim
Sunday 6th July 2014 10am-4.30pm

The Vines Village invites creative kid's of all ages to a fun day of fashion, jewellery, food, art and craft workshops on the opening weekend of the July school holidays, Sunday July 6th 2014 from 10am til 4.30pm.

Join in on kid's art competitions, fashion and jewellery workshops, felting and cookie designing as well as the other great fun for kid's – a special treasure hunt, lolly scrambles and exploring the Pirate Playground and surrounding grounds.

The AFD Store will be running a tee-shirt tassel and necklace open workshop suitable for school age children (5 and over) and their parents. All materials will be provided free of charge and you will walk away with your very own designer tassel or necklace. No crafting experience required, you’ll just only need to be able to use a pair of scissors!

The Quilters Barn will be making up-cycled pencil tins and felt creations. Kids can bring along a cleaned tin to cover with one end completely removed and no sharp edges. Everyone is welcome, adults included.
The Fudge Factory will have a cookie decorating competition, lolly scrambles and a special kid’s treasure hunt. Lilac Wine and the Village Café will be hosting a drawing competition for 2 age groups (under 8yrs & 8-12yrs) and Mihi Merino will be doing 10% off all kid’s gear.

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
10.30am - 11.15am

Kid’s Art Competition 1 @ The Gourmet Collection (30 mins)
Felting @ The Quilter’s Barn
T-shirt Tassle making @ AFD Store

11.00am
Kid’s Art Competition 2 @ The Gourmet Collection (30 mins)
11.30am - 12.15pm
Cookie Design @ The Fudge Factory
Kid’s Art Competition 3 @ The Gourmet Collection (30 mins)

12.15pm-1pm
Lunch break

12.45pm
Treasure Hunt @ The Fudge Factory
1pm - 1.45pm
Cookie Design @ The Fudge Factory
Necklace Workshop @ AFD Store
Kid’s Art Competition @ Village Cafe
Upcycled Pencil Tins @ The Quilter’s Barn
2pm - 2.45pm
Lolly Scramble @ Sports Ground
Kid’s Art Competition 4 @ The Gourmet Collection (30 mins)

2.30pm
Kid’s Art Competition 5 @ The Gourmet Collection (30 mins)
3pm - 3.45pm
Felting @ The Quilter’s Barn
Cookie Design @ The Fudge Factory
Kid’s Art Competition 6 @ The Gourmet Collection (30 mins)

3.30pm – 4pm
Kid’s Art Competition 6 @ The Gourmet Collection (30 mins)

Join in the winter school holiday fun at the Creative Kid’s Day at the Vines Village, Sunday July 6th 2014 from 10am to 4.30pm. Free parking and creative kid’s of ALL ages welcome!

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