Please note as usual, Little Days Out sessions on Thursdays will not take place in December and January. See you in February for a return of Thursday sessions! In the meantime during December 2017 the Holly Jolly Kids program will take place as part of South Bank's Christmas Village, for more information head to the Little Days Out program page.
For a morning of adventure, creativity and pure fun that the kids will love, look no further than Little Days Out, South Bank’s free children’s program.
Held every Thursday from 9am-1pm in the tranquil South Bank Parklands, Little Days Out is a series of free children’s workshops designed to suit all interests and skill levels. Activates change every week and range from sport to music, painting, collaging, storytelling, science experiments and more.
Bookings are not required and you don’t need to stay for the whole time – sessions have been designed for you to come and go as you please. Classes are designed to suit children who are five years old or younger. So spend a morning bonding with your child, learning new skills and making new friends at Little Days Out! The complete program is at the below link.
Little Days Out is a series of free children’s workshops designed to suit all interests and skill levels. It’s on every Thursday from 9am-1pm in the South Bank Parklands.
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