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Kids in Nature Village

Celebrate National Children’s Week at our Kids in Nature (KIN) event. The city is teaming up with Educated by Nature to deliver this family event at Lake Jualbup. KIN Village is designed to make a fun morning outdoors easy for parents and uplifting for children as we engage together in nature-focussed activities.

KIN Village is planned for children aged four to seven and their parents. However, we welcome children and family members of all ages.

When: Saturday 29 October, 10am – 12pm
Where: Lake Jualbup, Subiaco
Rsvp: www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/events

 

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