Mount Sheridan Plaza will once again run their exciting April School Holiday program in the far north this Easter. Open to children aged 3 to 17 years, the activities and shows will grow self-confidence, independence and resilience whilst creating an entertaining and educational environment for families. Patrons will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of free, fantastic and fun-filled activities from Monday April 8 to Thursday April 18.
Week one brings a COMEDY, circus stunt show with tricks comedy humor and magic, a world-class show that is a guaranteed hit for all ages. Skilled stunt man Joel Fenton will climb inside a balloon, juggle chainsaws, squeeze through a toilet seat and ride a huge unicycle. Joel has been entertaining audiences internationally for 20 years, keeping them on the edge of their seats with his crazy antics. In addition there will be juggling workshops daily at 10am (bookings essential) www.mtsheridanplaza.com.au
The skilled Gold Coast-based daredevil has performed his show on TV in Australia and live in the United States, Belgium, United Kingdom, Poland and other parts of the globe.
Kay Judd, Marketing Manager says, “To assist families and make the most of the April school holidays, children and parents alike will enjoy the captivating comedy shows and be mind blown by the talented entertainer In Joel Fenton.”
Free school holiday entertainment does not stop there From Monday April 15 –Thursday April 18 children are encouraged to come along to the Plaza for the opportunity to create their very own Easter basket, this activity will take place in centre court between 10am-2pm.
Arts and crafts engages kids’ imaginations and
activates their creativity. School holiday time is the time to have a little
fun and get creative. All workshops are FREE and run for 30 minutes designed
for age groups 3 to 17 years,
All workshops are facilitated by confident and talented artists who are dedicated to ensuring your child has an enjoyable and satisfying creative experience.
“Far North Queensland parents and carers are invited to look at the wide variety of activities we have and encourage children of all ages to get involved,” Mrs Judd said
Encourage your kids and grandkids to read more with a trip to the Mount Sheridan Book Exchange, In centre Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Have them pick out at least one book each and read a chapter a day together. Older kids can be engrossed in a book for hours, while younger ones will enjoy having their book read to them.
For more information please phone 07 4036 3150, or visit our website: www.mtsheridanplaza.com.au
0427 764 153