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Artrium Gallery announces 2014 school holiday art programme

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Artrium Gallery announces 2014 school holiday art programme for July 14 - 18th. Fun for kids ages 6 - 12! Art, painting, drawing, crafts and more! Lunch, snacks and all materials and art supplies included. Tues and Wednesday will be RAINBOW LOOM DAYS! The most fun you can have with a loom and rubber bands. Learn to make bracelets, charms and pencil toppers. Space is limited to only 3 kids per day, so bookings are essential. Classes run from 9:30am - 4:30pm. Call 04 4994411 for more information or go to the website: www.artriumgallery.co.nz.

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