Chil­dren get cre­ative

Central and North Burnett Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

DUR­ING the past fort­night chil­dren in Biggen­den, Gayn­dah, Mun­dub­bera and Eidsvold have en­joyed be­ing cre­ative thanks to the ef­forts of Mu­sic on the Wall cre­ators Amie Gil­home and Rachel Koster and RADF fund­ing.

Crafts ex­pe­ri­enced ranged from pro­gres­sive paint­ings – like mu­si­cal chairs with can­vas- es – to car­toon t-shirts and pa­per clay creations.

Work­shop cre­ators were thrilled with the man­ners, tal­ent and in­ven­tive ideas of all the chil­dren and thanked each town for mak­ing them so wel­come.

“We had good num­bers, very en­thu­si­as­tic chil­dren and were happy to see some new­faces this year as well,” Ms Koster said.

Meisje An­beek, Ab­bie and Jay­cia Adams and Ai­denne Meyer with their pa­per clay creations.

Photo: Contributed

ARTY PAIR: Grady and Kiana Watt, of Mun­dub­bera, at the RADF-funded Mu­sic on theWall­work­shop with their pa­per clay creations, a hot­dog and a taco com­plete with salad in­gre­di­ents in­side.

Alice and Hamish Der­rick at the Eidsvold Mu­sic on the Wall work­shop with their creations.

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