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Southbank open for holidays

20 Mar 2012

Southbank will be a Mecca for kids in the Easter school holidays with the City of Melbourne announcing a number of activities available.

Signal is again providing some fantastic artistic outlets for kids, with its street art workshops to run over the holidays. Located on Northbank, Signal courses are for kids aged 13 to 20.

A Mad Hatter-themed tea party will be held out the front of Southgate in April. The area is set to be transformed into the Alice in Wonderland storybook and will welcome the whole family to dress up in the Mad Hatter theme and get involved. The party is to celebrate Easter and will run from April 7 to 9.

The Arts Centre will hold a special workshop during the holidays as senior Boon Wurrung elder Aunty Carolyn Briggs and Idja Dance Theatre artistic director Jacob Boehme invite all to come and learn, sing and dance the stories of the Boon Wurrung.

The Boon Wurrung is one of five language groups of the Eastern Kulin Nation. It is also the traditional name of the indigenous people who lived south of the Yarra.

There are plenty more activities in and around Melbourne during the break, so if you’re looking for entertainment make sure you check out the City of Melbourne’s website www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/whatson.

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