After the Cabramatta Moon Festival, the Make Healthy Normal Zone is excited to head to Kidtopia at Paramatta Park next weekend (6-8 October), inviting kids and their families to do simple yet fun activities to win prizes, to get advices from our health experts in residence, and to take away some free healthy snacks.
The Way Out West Festival, also named WOW Festival, kicks off at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre today! Launched in 2011, the festival is committed to providing creative opportunities for kids in Western Sydney which has the highest population of children in NSW. Western Sydney is one of the most diverse areas of NSW with a large population originally coming from countries where English a second language.
We really love the eclectic and fascinating group of events that are coming out of the Open Inner West Festival this year.
We’ve got our eye on this one in particular: with flying camels, a floating boat, fine-feathered birds, and a banjo that tells stories from around the world?
Stories from Around the World is a series of free shows for kids that present music, dance, and puppetry in fantasy stories exploring cultural diversity and teaching children about bravery, kindness, determination, family, friendship and joy.
When we say kids, we mean this event would be great for the whole family. We think it will feed the curiosity of young minds (and hopefully some older ones too!).
The first in the series ‘When Camels Could Fly’ is a performance that tells traditional children’s stories from Macedonia, Afghanistan, Vietnam and Russia.
When: Sat. 17 June 2017 10:30 am – 11:30 am AEST
Where: St Peters Library, 39 Unwins Bridge Road, Sydenham, NSW 2044
To register for this great free event head to: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/stories-from-around-the-world-when-camels-could-fly-tickets-34061815808