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Get Crafty These School Holidays At Anchorage Park


Media Release
18 June 2003

GET CRAFTY THESE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS AT ANCHORAGE PARK

It's winter and the school holidays are nearly here. Looking for an affordable way to keep the kids occupied? Anchorage Park Community House has a great July School Holiday Programme offering arts and crafts and fun filled play for kids aged 5 -13 years.

Anchorage Park, Programme Co-ordinator Sacha Gubb says, "From making and painting plaster of Paris moulds, wrapping paper, funky collage frames, trinket boxes or masks, there is something to suit all ages and interests in this two week programme. We offer a chance for children to get really creative in a safe and caring environment."

Classes run from 9am till 3pm daily, Monday to Friday commencing 7th July until18 July. The cost is $18 per child per day. To make a booking contact Sacha phone 576 5381 or call at the Anchorage Park Community House, 16 Swan Crescent, Pakuranga.

ENDS

COURSE DETAILS

WEEK 1: 7 - 11 July

Monday: Plaster of Paris Moulds that we will paint

Tuesday: Interesting paint trays (make your own wrapping paper)

Wednesday: Make your own mask

Thursday: Make your own trinket box

Friday: Free craft day and make your own pack of cards

WEEK 2: 14 - 18 July

Monday: Plaster of Paris Moulds

Tuesday: Funky collage frames

Wednesday: Make your own masks

Thursday: Creative paper design

Friday: Free craft day and make your own pack of cards.

ENDS

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