Roving Mud Pies

Add to calendar Wednesday 29 April 2020 9.30-11.30am

Roving Mud Pies is a hands-on, tactile play opportunity bringing four different experiences, including:

  • Artistic clay exploration with natural materials
  • ‘Mud pit’ for sensory experiences (including a clean-up station)
  • Face painting with natural clay and minerals (ochre)
  • Water play with goblets, bowls, jugs and tools to mix ‘potions’.

Please bring a hat, spare pair of clothes (its a purposely messy day!), water bottle and any other child requirements.

Suitable for children aged 18 months – 4 years, but children aged 1-5 years are most welcome to attend.

Cost: $5

​Meeting location: Southern side of Manning Lake

Bookings essential 

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Manning Park

61 Azelia Rd 
Spearwood, WA 6163
 

 

 

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