Muddy fun only natural
GET muddy, be active and enjoy nature these school holidays.
The City of Canning's Muddy Hands Festival will be held on Sunday at the Kent Street Weir.
Aimed at three to 15year-olds, the festival encourages children and families to enjoy playing outdoors and among nature.
Kids will have fun building cubbies and forts, take part in mud play and create nature crafts.
Canning Mayor Paul Ng said he was excited about the return of the festival.
“The Muddy Hands Festival provides an opportunity to promote the benefits of nature play to our community with our partner Nature Play WA,” he said.
The smoke-free event runs from 10am-3pm and attendees are encouraged to bring their reusable drink bottles and coffee cup as the event is low waste.
Supported by WALGA, there will also be an opportunity for you to recycle your containers and receive 10c back. Bring clean and empty beverage cans, plastic and glass bottles, and flavoured milk cartons.
For more, visit www.canning.wa.gov.au/muddyhandsfest.
There’s plenty of messy fun to be had at the Muddy Hands Festival this weekend.