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18 October - 27 October 2024

Children’s Week 2023 in partnership with Fuel to Go & Play brings you Educated by Nature

Come and enjoy Imagination Play with Imagination Village – a nature-based incursion at your local Meerilinga Children and Community Service this Children’s Week! Imaginative play is crucial to early social, cognitive and emotional development. A chance to interact with others, understand roles, develop empathy and test out theories. Children will have an opportunity to connect with their imagination to create cubby villages and small worlds, dress up and create a tea party with natural materials, and explore old fashioned grinders to grind up herbs and flowers to make potions.


Where: Meerilinga Children and Community Service Beechboro. 106 Amazon Drive Beechboro WA 6063.
When: Wednesday, 18 October 2023 10:00am – 11:30am.
Cost: This is a FREE event. Registrations are essential.
Register: https://educatedbynaturebeechboro.eventbrite.com.au



Please contact the Meerilinga Beechboro team for more information on this event.
P: (08) 9377 4749 E: beechboro@meerilinga.org.au


We look forward to seeing you there!


Photo and Video Consent:

Please note photography and filming will take place at this event. By registering your attendance, you give permission for your photograph and/or video to be taken as part of the event, which Meerilinga may use for marketing purposes to promote its programs and services. To exclude yourself and/or your children from having your photo and/or video taken, please make yourself known to the event coordinator.

COVID-19 Notice:

Please note: Due to COVID-19, events are subject to change or cancellation based on WA Public Health advice. If you have registered for an event that is rescheduled, cancelled, or changed into an online event, we will notify you as soon as possible. All public health and social measures remain in place for events held at Meerilinga locations. To ensure the safety of our children, families, community, and staff, Meerilinga continues to monitor the situation and update our COVID-19 policy accordingly. For more information, please visit: www.meerilinga.org.au/covid-19/