LAST DAY: Lucy Lines and Lexie O'Neill dressed up on the last day of school. Photo: Andrew Messenger / Western Times
LAST DAY: Lucy Lines and Lexie O'Neill dressed up on the last day of school. Photo: Andrew Messenger / Western Times Andrew Messenger

Things to do now holidays are here

IT’S finally holiday time.

Which raises the question in the mind of many parents: how to distract the little ones now?

Sarah Grayson from the Police has some options.

On Thursday there will be a halfway there street concert, kicking off at 5.30pm.

It will feature musicians Mick Lindsay and Melanie Dyer.

On Tuesday July 5, you can visit the Bilby Centre with the neighbourhood centre. Doors open at 9am and it goes until midday.

Or you can play some golf with the police on Wednesday, again at 9am. Morning tea will be provided.

Or you can come along and learn how to use a camera on Saturday July 9 at the high school trade training centre.

If you’re keen to brush upon your photography skills, make sure you book by the Thursday. You can do that at the Police Station.

There will be two sessions in the morning and the evening.

Ms Grayson said the idea is to bring drug awareness through photography.

“So the kids are engaged in a fun activity while also learning something important,” she said.


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