Tuesday April 13, 2021
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Stirling Street Arts Centre, Bunbury Western Australia
**This class is now FULL – other school holiday classes can be found here**
Three-in-one school holiday art and craft classes for children with Andrea, Rachel & Davida
Our always popular art and craft Mix-ups are back again! Join our kids’ tutors for three fun activities (including pottery!).
In this school holiday session the kids can enjoy three different craft activities in one morning!
- Mixed-up Creatures Game with Andrea Schell
- Painting Shadows with Rachel Wyder.
- Create your own pottery with Davida Palmer.
Bring an old shirt in case you get dirty and wear closed-in shoes.
BYO snacks and water bottle.
ENROL ONLINE NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.
Our classes regularly sell out. To ensure you don’t miss out, book your place in this class via the online form. Or if you prefer, call 9791 1256.
Your enrolment is only secured when full payment has been made. Any “pending” bookings may be automatically rejected by the system to make room for paid enrolments if the class gets full.
**Discount available for current Healthcare card holders.**
NOTE: If you are paying for the Health Care Card discounted ticket, you will be required to email a photo of the card at time of booking to email@example.com. Bookings received without proof of discount will not be approved and therefore a place will not be guaranteed. The name and expiry will be recorded in our database and photo deleted as to not store any personal information.
Please read our terms and conditions before booking.
Rules for bookings during COVID-19:
- 1.5m distancing at all times
- Hand sanitising upon entry to the class
- If you are feeling ill/experiencing any cold/flu symptoms such as fever, cough or headache please DO NOT ATTEND class. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds in this instance.
- Staff reserve the right to ask you to leave if you are not following any of the above rules.
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY CHILDREN WHO HAVE A BOOKING ARE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CLASSES.
Any children attending but not participating in a class or workshop will be under the supervision of the parent/guardian and not the responsibility of the tutor. If a child/student proves to be disruptive in the session, it is then up to the tutor’s discretion to remove the child/student from the Centre.
LocationStirling Street Arts Centre