Hall-A-Day Adventures is back for the school holidays with raw energy, exhilarating dance moves and phenomenal acrobatics. Join us for a performance and workshop with Asanti Dance Theatre, Australia’s leading African dance company.
A Taste of Africa gives a well-rounded experience of African culture, as children will get to experience three activities: drumming, dance and village activities. Participants are treated to a short performance at the beginning of the session that showcases the raw talent and energy of artists. They are then broken into three groups where they have the chance to explore the activities and finish with an interactive performance.
The whole week:
- Uranquinty Community Hall Tuesday 3 October
- Oura Community Hall Wednesday 4 October
- Collingullie Soldiers Memorial Hall Thursday 5 October
- Ladysmith Memorial Hall Friday 6 October
- Galore Community Hall Saturday 7 October
Yummy lunch options will be available at all the halls:
Uranquinty - The Quinty Men’s Shed will be cooking a storm on the BBQ – Sausage sizzle, cans of cold drinks and tea & coffee.
Oura - The Oura CWA will be selling toasties, hot dogs, drinks for the kids and complimentary tea and coffee for the adults.
Collingullie - TBA
Ladysmith - TBA
Galore - The Galore Hall Committee/Playgroup will be serving toasted sandwiches, sausage sizzle, fruit boxes and slices.
This year Museum of the Riverina brings its discovery and play area to Hall-A-Day Adventures. Babies, toddlers, and bigger kids looking for a quiet activity can explore Mini-Kidzone, with games, puppets, books and historical objects on hand. There truly is something for everybody at Hall-A-Day Adventures.
10am & 1pm on each day
$8 each or $6 for groups 4+
Hall-A-Day Adventures is proudly presented by Wagga Wagga City Council.