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Holiday fun at Boyd

15 Apr 2014

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There’s been plenty of school holiday fun on offer at Boyd Community Hub during April, with kids enjoying activities provided by the City of Melbourne’s library services.

Activities ranged from story time to dancing and even included an activity called “Box Wars”, where participants dressed in armor made from cardboard boxes and made box weapons!

Southbank Local News went along to a more subdued activity and met Jane (pictured above) who was enjoying a seed planting session. She hoped her pot of dirt would grow a flower even bigger than the craft one she created.

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