The Caloundra City Council's Spring School Holiday Activities Program is out now. The Program is presented in partnership between Caloundra YouthLinx and Caloundra City Libraries.
September School Holiday Activities
Tie Dyeing ($5 per person)
Tie-dye is a method of dyeing clothing or fabric originally popularized by members of the hippie subculture. Clothes are tied, either with string or rubber bands into some sort of pattern. Then the clothes are dyed, either by submerging them or by squirting dye solution onto them. Some areas, where the fabric is tied and in inner parts of folds, do not absorb dye as readily, forming a pattern. This is known as a resist technique (the areas that are tied and the inner parts of folds resist dyeing). Patterns are also formed by applying different color dyes to different sections of the fabric.
Tie-Dying - (cost $5 per person)
Friday 29 September - 11.00am-12.30pm - Over 12 years - Maleny Branch Library Ph: 5429 6222
Monday 02 October - 11.00am-12.30pm - Over 12 years - Kawana Branch Library Ph: 5444 8022
Wednesday 04 October - 11.00am-12.30pm - Over 12 years - Caloundra Central Library Ph: 5491 1255
Friday 06 October - 2.30pm-4.00pm - Over 12 years - Beerwah Branch Library Ph: 5494 0221
*Bookings are essential* For more information on all activities visit the YouthLinx website - www.youthlinx.com
Spring School Holiday Activities
ph. 07 54380259 mob. 0419961290
Spring into Caloundra City's School Holiday Program
Bookings for 'The Program' - Caloundra City Council's ultimate school holiday activity guide are open from today, Monday 28th August.
Learn to surf, or how to play African drams. Make funky handbags, tie-dye a t-shirt or do some scoubi craft at Caloundra City Libraries.
Bookings are essential for most activities and numbers are limited. For booking details, check out The Program online at www.youthlinx.com.au
, or visit your local library.