FIVE THINGS FOR CHIL­DREN OF ALL AGES

These events are do­ing it for the kids (young and old) this week

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - ADELAIDE -

YOU ‘CAN: DO’ IT QUIZ NIGHT

June 28, Walk­erville Bowl­ing Club

Em­brace your com­pet­i­tive side while help­ing to raise funds for Can: Do 4 Kids and Deaf Can: Do. Games, raf­fles and silent auc­tions will be held through­out the night so be sure to bring your wal­let and gen­eros­ity. Cor­ner of Church Tce and Smith St, Walk­erville, $10/per­son, ade­laidecity­coun­cil.com MAMMA CARMELA’S WIN­TER WON­DER­LAND

June 28-July 27, Mose­ley Square

For 30 days, Mose­ley Square will turn into Mamma Carmela’s Win­ter Won­der­land – a 150sq m un­der­cover ice rink. Ninety-minute skat­ing ses­sions are held ev­ery two hours. Mose­ley Square, Glenelg, 10am-8pm, $10/adult, $5/child, hold­fast.sa.gov.au

POCKET

Un­til June 29, Vic­to­ria Square

Cir­cuses can be hideously ex­pen­sive – but not Pocket. It’s free! Show­cas­ing 15-minute long cir­cus and com­edy shows by a huge va­ri­ety of per­form­ers. Noon3pm on week­ends un­til the end of June, Vic­to­ria Square, city, free, splashade­laide.com.au

YOUTH POSTER AWARDS

Un­til July 23, Hawke Buld­ing

The Univer­sity of South Aus­tralia’s City West Cam­pus is home to an ex­hi­bi­tion show­cas­ing posters de­signed by stu­dents. The posters cel­e­brate the UN In­ter­na­tional Refugee Con­ven­tion and vis­ually de­scribe mul­ti­cul­tur­al­ism, an­tiracism and hu­man rights. 55 North Tce, city, 9am-5pm week­days, free, unisa.edu.au

CUS­TOM TOY WORK­SHOP

July 10, Camp­bell­town Youth Cen­tre

For the love of toys! Lo­cal artists Nic Bic and Joshua Smith are run­ning a class on how to sculpt and paint your very own cus­tom vinyl toy. The work­shop is for young­sters and youths aged 12-25. Be quick, play places are limited. 172 Mon­ta­cute Rd, Rostrevor, $5/ticket, eventbrite.com

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