So much to do

Central and North Burnett Times - - EDUCATION - Bran­don Livesay bran­don.livesay@cnbtimes.com.au

THERE is no ex­cuse for kids to tell you they are bored th­ese school hol­i­days.

Cen­tral and North Bur­nett towns will host a range of ac­tiv­i­ties to keep chil­dren en­ter­tained.

Be it arts and crafts, sports and fit­ness, or bush skills and ac­tiv­i­ties, there is some­thing or­gan­ised to keep bore­dom at bay.

A Cen­tral Bur­nett Day Camp will be held for Years 1 to 7 from July 2-4.

Par­tic­i­pants will learn ori­en­teer­ing, archery, craft, dam­per mak­ing and much more.

Closed-in shoes are a must and regis­tra­tion forms are avail­able at Gayn­dah State School’s of­fice.

Arty kids can learn from in­ter­na­tion­ally recog­nised artist Yuki Cheetham with a spe­cial youth work­shop for stu­dents in Year 7 and up.

The work­shop will take place July 4-5.

Arts, crafts, games and mu­sic will be on from Mon­day, June 24, to Fri­day, June 28, at Monto com­mu­nity hall with Storm Co.

Storm Co is from North Pine Chris­tian Col­lege and will pro­vide free en­ter­tain­ment for chil­dren aged 5 to 12.

Fit­ness fa­nat­ics can get their fill at Gayn­dah Ten­nis Com­plex.

Bund­aberg Ten­nis Acad­emy coaches Kevin Ban­ner and Mur­ray Whit­bread will take kids through a range of skills and games for ages 5-16.

Fish­ing is a fam­ily favourite so make sure you check out our tips on what’s bit­ing and where on page 44.

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