Shellharbour Child's Play festival offers fun for the kids

CHILD'S PLAY: Ruby Smith, 5, and Haper Beaton, 3, are can't wait for the fun at Shellharbour's children's festival Child's Play, to be held at Killalea State Recreation Park on Saturday. Picture Anna Warr

CHILD'S PLAY: Ruby Smith, 5, and Haper Beaton, 3, are can't wait for the fun at Shellharbour's children's festival Child's Play, to be held at Killalea State Recreation Park on Saturday. Picture Anna Warr

Celebrating the start of the school holidays is as simple as Child’s Play – a one day children’s festival being held in Shellharbour this Saturday.

The free family event will be held at Killalea State Park from 10am and includes a variety of activities including craft tents, entertainment, reading time, music workshops, food stalls, face painting, fire trucks, surfing lessons, kids yoga and zoo animals.

Coordinator Jessica Smith said the event was designed to give families an outlet to enjoy a day of free activity and entertainment and will culminate with a free 6pm outdoor screening of the Dr Seuss favourite Horton Hears a Who, with complimentary popcorn provided by Shellharbour City Council.

“There will be a blend of things to do for kids of all ages, and plenty for the parents too,” Ms Smith said.

For details of activities and times visit: childsplaykillalea on Facebook.

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