The Creative Hub at The Entrance is the ideal spot to keep children busy during the school holidays, starting after Easter on Tuesday, April 6.
Lakeside Shopping Centre has teamed up with Chris Osborne from Creative Hub to provide numerous free workshops.
Centre Manager, Sue Fowler, said children could learn photography skills, how to paint, make a film and so much more.
“These sessions are designed for children aged eight and up and will help them express their creativity,” she said.
Sessions are free and run from Tuesday, April 6 until Saturday, April 17.
Customers are encouraged to choose a session that’s most suitable for their child and book online at creativehubaustralia.com/schoolholidays.
Walk-ins are also welcome, provided space is available on the day.
Director of Creative Hub Australia, Chris Osborne, said it was a great introduction for children to learn more about the creative arts.
“This is what our organisation is so passionate about,” he said.
“For those parents and students who are seeking a deeper understanding, we’ve put together a number of paid school holiday sessions inside our premises, which is right next door to Lakeside Shopping Centre.”
Media release, Mar 26
Lakeside Shopping Centre