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Bush Magic

 
 
 

Looking for something fun and local for the kids these school holidays? Sign up for this arts and craft workshop with acclaimed children's author Penny Harrison. 

Children will learn about the meanings of different natural objects and gain a basic understanding of spells and rituals for mindfulness and wellbeing, along with using objects from nature to create art and craft. The focus of the spells and rituals, and the art and craft activities will be primarily on wellbeing - looking at mindfulness, bravery, friendship. 

This activity is open to people aged 6 to 10 years.The Child Parental Consent section of the enrolment form must be completed prior to the first session.

This course is held at our Panton Hill Centre - 18 Bishops Road, Panton Hill

 

About the Tutor

 

Penny Harrison is a children's author, book reviewer and lifestyle  journalist. Her latest book is called The Little Coven, which is about spells and friendship and nature.
 
A professional writer for more than 20 years, she has contributed to a variety of leading magazines, newspapers, guides and books, writing about everything from raising toddlers to raising chickens.
 
Penny grew up on a farm in central-western NSW and spent her days exploring the bush with her four brothers and sisters.
 
Nowadays, she lives in a rambling old garden on the edge of the Yarra Valley with her husband, two children and an ever-growing collection of books, plants and pets. 
 

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Upcoming Workshops


Name Location Date Cost
Bush Magic Panton Hill Wednesday 19 April 2023 10am-11am $16.00

Contact us

 

 

  • Diamond Creek
  • 119 Cowin Street
  • Diamond Creek 3089

  • Eltham
  • 739 Main Road
  • Eltham 3095

  • Panton Hill
  • 18 Bishops Road
  • Panton Hill 3759

  • Nillumbik Shire Council trading as Living &
  • Learning Nillumbik, Registered Training
  • Organisation No. 3989, ABN 64 487 894 794

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