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    Crafting Papier Mâché Turtles – GET WILD ABOUT WETLANDS

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    Crafting Paper Mâché Turtles

    Unleash your creativity with Leisa Antonio in a hands-on journey to craft your very own turtle sculptures!

    Immerse yourself in a world of art and conservation with our unique school holiday workshop, "Crafting Paper Mâché Turtles". Guided by Leisa Antonio of Healing India Creative Arts, this session invites families to dive hands-on into the fun of creating snake-necked turtle sculptures using eco-friendly paper mâché, vibrant paints, and imaginative decorations. It's an artistic venture that promises not just a personalised piece of art, but also an engaging lesson on the significance of wetland conservation. Perfect for children eager to explore their creative talents while learning about environmental stewardship, this workshop is a fantastic way to connect with nature and unleash your inner artist. Don't miss the chance to craft, learn, and laugh in an inspiring setting.

    Date: Tuesday, the 9th of April 2024

    Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm


    • $15 per child (adults must accompany children, tickets required)
    • $7.50 per adult
    • $50 per family (2 adults and up to 3 children)
    • Concession tickets available (for concession card holders and other eligible categories)

    What to bring:

    • Water bottle
    • Hat / umbrella / raincoat
    • Wear closed-in shoes
    • Wear long-sleeve shirt and trousers


    • All crafting materials, including paper mâché, paints, and googly eyes
    • Protective coverings for tables

    Suitable age groups: Children aged 5 yrs and above accompanied by adults

    Event location: The Education Room, The Wetlands Centre Cockburn, 184 Hope Road, Bibra Lake WA 6163


     Join us at The Wetlands Centre Cockburn for the "Get Wild About Wetlands" school holiday programs. These events are crafted to engage young minds in the wonders of wetland ecology through a series of educational and fun-filled sessions. From creative workshops to interactive eco-walks, we aim to foster a deep appreciation for our natural environments. Spaces fill up quickly, so be sure to register early for this exciting opportunity to learn, create, and play in the beauty of our wetlands!

    This program is sponsored by: Community Bank Fremantle - Bendigo Bank and supported by the City of Cockburn.

    About the Presenter:

    Leisa Antonio, the heart and soul behind Healing India Creative Arts, is celebrated for her commitment to sustainable artistry and creative education. As a pioneer in using recycled and repurposed materials for art, Leisa brings her passion for eco-conscious creativity to the forefront of her workshops. With a rich background in fostering community through art, she offers an inviting space for children and families to explore their artistic abilities while emphasising the importance of environmental care. Join Leisa for a memorable crafting experience that combines the joy of making with the beauty of nature conservation.

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