You’ve survived the first week of the school holidays! If you’ve run out of ideas to keep you little ones occupied and are experiencing the chorus of “I’m bored” then this post might be of use.
Art Cart at Newcastle Art Gallery on Saturday Sept 27
Art Cart engages children with exhibitions and artists on display through discussion and art making. Art Cart is a free event, sponsored by BMT Quantity Surveyors Newcastle, Mega Pacific Newcastle, and S&S Creativity unlimited.
The Voice Kids: The Concert at Civic Theatre on Saturday Sept 27
Check out “The Voice Kids: The Concert” to see the best young talent in Australia live and loud and great way for families to enjoy time together during the school holidays.
FROZEN Sing-A-Long at The Regal cinema in Birmingham Gardens on Sunday Sept 28
All tickets for the FROZEN Sing-A-Long are only $6 and include a small packet of chips, a small chocolate & a drink. Bookings are essential. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 4951 76302. Sessions are at 10am & 12 midday.
Newcastle China Festival on Beaumont Street, Hamilton on Sunday Sept 28
The festival will feature 6 hours of fascinating performances, demonstrations and hands-on workshops showcasing and celebrating all things Chinese.
Newcastle Farmers Market at the Newcastle Showground on Sunday sept 28
Plenty of stalls selling gifts, from Fair Trade products through to educational toys and books along with beautiful hand-made soaps and beauty products.
Fort Scratchley guided tours from 10am to 4pm daily (except Tuesdays)
Fort Scratchley Historic Site, with its commanding position guarding the Hunter River Estuary, is undoubtedly Newcastle’s most spectacular vantage point and is worth the visit for the view alone.