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Little Day Out

The headline Children’s Festival event, Little Day Out – for BIG imaginations, will have an animal kingdom theme.
The free event will feature workshops, entertainment, games and sports.

  • Ross Reserve, Memorial Drive, Noble Park. Sunday 1 October, 11am to 4pm.


Bridging Cultures concert

Young artists Lowicz and Friends will bring uplifting folk music, technical dance routines and colourful culture to the Drum.

  • Drum Theatre, corner Lonsdale and Walker streets, Dandenong. Sunday 1 October, 5pm. Tickets are priced from $25. Visit www.drumtheatre.com.au or call 8571 1666.


Animal kingdom craft

As part of the Greater Dandenong Children’s Festival, kids are encouraged to unleash the beast with Dandenong Market’s free crazy creatures animal craft workshop.
They’ll run every market day to 8 October. Kids of any age can create crazy critters and cute, cuddly creatures. No bookings are required.

  • Dandenong Market, corner Clow and Cleeland streets, Dandenong, 11am to 3pm. Call 9701 3850 for more information.

 


King of Street skate competition

There’ll be four competition categories and $1000 in prizes up for grabs.

  • Noble Park Skate Park, Memorial Drive, Noble Park. Sunday 1 October, 11am to 5pm. Free to spectate. $5 to compete.

 

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