Teddy Bears Picnic

Add to calendar Wednesday 23 October 2019 10am-1pm

We aim bigger and better each year bringing you lots of free and fun activities for the kiddies. This event focusses on ages 0 - 5 and it will not disappoint as we have regular live shows by one of our favourite and ever-popular groups Rock 'n' Toddle. They will be entertaining the kids throughout the day plus there will be a special guest appearance by ABC's most popular owls, Hoot and Hootabelle.

It's not a true Cockburn Teddy Bears Picnic without your usual favourites including:

  • Cuddly animal farm
  • Arts and craft activities
  • Hello Baby corner
  • Roaming teddies will be everywhere
  • Parenting information stalls
  • Rides and games and
  • $2.50 lunch packs from Friends of the Community or you're more than welcome to pack your own picnic
It's sure to be a day of exciting fun for your tot and family and we'd love to see you there.

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Manning Park

Azelia Road
Hamilton Hill WA 6163



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