WHAT’S ON IN JULY?
Winter is here, it’s school holidays and the City of Casey has come alive. Enjoy all of the below activities just a hop, skip and a jump away from your new home at Eliston.
The Big Freeze Winter Festival
When: Saturday 1st July – Sunday 9th July, 9am-5:30pm
Where: Under the Big Top at Fountain Gate Shopping Centre
What: Experience a snowy wonderland in the city of Casey. Bring the whole family down to enjoy the winter fun with a variety of activities such as snow pits, winter slides, a giant snow globe, snow forest and workshops with live entertainment.
Cost: Enjoy stage shows and free activities in the Community Precinct
Child SuperPass – $29.50 online
Adult – $19 online
Who can attend: Anyone and everyone!
Australian Ballet School Holiday Workshop
When: Monday 3rd July – Friday 7th July
Where: 65 Berwick-Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne East 3977
What: Ever wanted to learn the beautiful art of ballet? The Australian Ballet have arrived in Casey these school holidays to teach and mentor aspiring ballerinas. With 2 different age groups available to focus on the student’s skill levels and help develop strength and coordination.
Cost: $20 per persion
To purchase tickets head to trybooking.com
Who can attend: Primary and secondary school aged students
Make Your Own Hanging Herb Garden
When: Tuesday 11th July, 7pm-8:30pm
Where: Lynbrook Community Centre (Corner of Lynbrook Boulevard and Harris Street, Lynbrook 3976)
What: Unleash your inner creativity, roll up those sleeves and get your hands dirty as you learn to make your own hanging herb garden. A gorgeous feature to any kitchen or outdoor area.
Cost: $15 per person
Who can attend: Anyone and everyone
What to bring: Bring your own gloves (garden or plastic gloves will do)
Escape Room for Kids & Teens
When: Friday 14th July, 2pm-4pm
Where: 22-26 Stuart Avenue, Hampton Park 3976
What: Get your kids thinking these school holidays by bringing them to trial their first ever escape room. Team them up with their friends to unlock the truth and solve the mystery.
Who can attend: Preferably kids ranged from 8-16
Booking: Bookings will close Wednesday 5 July (unless booked out prior)
Winter Arts Festival: BATS Theatre presents The Vicar of Dibley
When: Sunday 30th July 2017, 1pm-3pm
Where: Brunt Street, Cranbourne 3977
What: Bring the whole family along to enjoy this much loved comedy show originally written for actress Dawn French. Recreated by BATS Theatre, all of the Dibley gang will be there, with some surprise extras. The Vicar of Dibley is classified ‘M’.
Cost: Adults $22 Concession $20
Who can attend: Everyone can attend, however the play is classified ‘M’.