Publish on 01 Apr 2021
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Media Release - 1 April 2021
Kids can learn about the bugs, insects and koalas that live in their own backyards and the bushland of Campbelltown while creating and making at Kids On Q workshops these school holidays.
On Thursday 8 April Kids can join Council’s Bushcare team for a fun workshop to create their own bug hotels and take a look at what could be living in their backyards.
The Bushcare team have also teamed up with Campbelltown Arts Centre artist Jeff McCann to deliver a KOALARAMA workshop on Thursday 15 April and create some Koala inspired art.
“Our Kids on Q activities over the summer holidays were a massive hit so make sure to book in a place for your kids so they can have fun learning about our local wildlife while indulging their creative side with a bit of artwork,” Mayor George Brticevic said.
“The On Q project is all about bringing life to our city centre and making the city centre a vibrant place where activity is always happening and events like this are a great start,” Cr Brticevic said.
Bookings are essential.
Kids on Q is part of the On Q project which is testing and trialling different infrastructure and programs to enhance the Campbelltown CBD, particularly the Queen St precinct.
People can leave their feedback and ideas for the project at overtoyou.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/on-q
On Q is proudly funded by the NSW Government’s Streets as Shared Spaces program.
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