WV Twilight Kids


Monday 8 April to Thursday 18 April 2019
3pm – 5pm


97 Boundary St, West End


FREE – Registration essential

West Village Twilight Kids is a great way to keep the little ones entertained these April school holidays. A wide range of FREE activities will be located in our lovely parkland The Common including bubble workshops, kite making, silent disco yoga and an Easter egg hunt.

Workshops will run on the below dates with 2 sessions per day. Session one will run from 3pm – 4pm and session two will run from 4pm – 5pm.

Registrations are essential – see workshop details below.

workshop details

Monday, 8 April – Bubble workshops
Bubbles are in the air! Led by a bubble specialist, these workshops will bring out children’s inner scientist by making their very own bubble blower. Their creations will then come to life as they create and blow different geometric shapes and sizes with their mixture!

Wednesday, 10 April – Kite making workshops
Kids will have their chance to make their very own own from scratch and decorate it. They will be able to watch their own work take flight afterwards.

Friday, 12 April and Thursday, 18 April – Easter basket making and Easter egg hunt
Led by creative specialist, the workshop will allow children to decorate and design their very own basket and bring the basket home for their own Easter celebrations. After that, kids will be treated to an Easter egg hunt, where they will search The Garden for plastic eggs which will be swapped out for delicious chocolate after the hunt!

Tuesday, 16 April – Silent disco yoga                                                                                                    Keep the kids entertained without the noise with our instructor hosted silent disco yoga for the children to enjoy throughout the afternoon, outdoors at The Common. Children are able to monitor the music volume control on their headphones to comfortably listen and dance with ease.


Please note
All bookings are free
Strictly 30 spots available per session
Parental supervision required for children participating in workshops

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