There are plenty of opportunities to keep the kids occupied in Subiaco during the summer school holidays.
Book in for free activities at Subiaco Library, or check out the program at Lords Recreation Centre suitable for primary-school aged children. There are also a number of outdoor events that kids can enjoy before they head back to school.
Lords Recreation Centre
Kicking off on Monday 14 January, the Lords holiday program caters for children aged six to twelve years. A range of activities are on offer focussing on active movement, skill development and fun. Each session costs $15 per child and runs from 9.30am to 11.30am. Download the enrolment form for details and to book your child in.
School holiday activities at the library are free and suitable for primary-school aged children. Children can get creative at the DIY craft station, available for the duration of the school holidays. The supervised holiday program will begin from 22 January and bookings open two weeks before each session. The program includes Lego, craft and environmental activities. Visit www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/events for more information.
The city has partnered with Skateboarding WA to deliver a free ladies only clinic at the Subiaco Skate Park on Tuesday 15 January. The clinic is suitable for girls of all ages and skill levels, including first time skateboarders, and is a great way to learn in a friendly and supportive environment. For more information, visit the online events calendar.
The free sunset@subi concerts are held every Sunday from 5pm to 7pm in parks across the city. With a great mix of musical genres, families are encouraged to pack a picnic and enjoy our balmy summer afternoons. Concerts run until Sunday 3 February. Find out more at www.subiaco.wa.gov.au/concerts.