What’s On: A bright Spring school holidays ahead
Published: 23 Sep 2022 12:44pm
With spring in the air, there will be plenty to see and do for local residents and visitors alike in Wagga Wagga over the next two weeks.
Visitors to the Wagga Zoo & Aviary will have more opportunities to visit their favourite residents and meet new additions, dingo puppies Zeke and Diego, as they explore their new enclosure.
From today, the zoo will operate from 9am to 4pm daily for the school holiday period, including the long weekend.
Spring into an exciting range of creative activities at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, with kids and teens invited to create bright bold drawings, be inspired by First Nations artworks and co-create a big still life with local artists Georgia Crowden for her upcoming exhibition.
For more information and to discover What’s On at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, head to: waggaartgallery.com.au/whats-on
Wagga Wagga City Library is presenting animation workshops to venues across the Local Government Area with local creative and animator Alice Peacock.
Alice will facilitate the stop motion classes for teenagers aged 12-15 years. Participants will learn how to make a stop motion animation using Lego, an iPad, and the iMotion app.
These workshops are free thanks to a New South Wales State Government Regional Development and Programs grant and will take place in locations ranging from Humula and Galore to Kooringal and the library at the Civic Centre.
Get your creative juices flowing with an interactive writing workshop at the library.
This workshop aims to help participants master a plot, test story ideas, and character development.
Don’t forget to catch the Wagga Wagga City Library’s new Agile Library van at the Spring Jam Children’s Festival today at the Botanic Gardens Precinct (Saturday 24 September).
Head to the Chill-out zone from 1.30pm to wind down from your day’s adventures at the festival with afternoon Storytime in the park thanks to the Agile library team.
For more information and to discover What’s On at the Wagga Wagga City Library, head to: https://waggalibrary.com.au/whats-on