Twig & Stick Winter Frog Festival | 18 Jul 2017

This Winter, Twig & Stick will be celebrating the wondrous Mount Lofty Frogs by holding a little family friendly festival at ‘The Old school Community Garden’ in Stirling.

On the 18th of July from 10am to 1.30pm go and explore the garden, play in the mud pit, make magic potions, go on a scavenger hunt, weave baskets or make wands, clay play and loose parts.

Go dressed as a frog or wear green and get your face painted like a frog. Other creatures are also welcome.

This event and activities are aimed at educating early childhood & primary age children.

There will be coffee and live music during the day. Bring a picnic rug and your lunch along with you.

All funds raised on the day will go to creating a frog habitat at the Old School Community Garden.

Cost: $10 per child | Pay cash or card on the day of event. Free for adults and children under one.

To attend please register at the Twig & Stick website here. The event will be capped at 150 children.


For more information and all enquiries please visit the Winter Frog Festival Facebook event page.

What: Twig & Stick Winter Frog Festival

When: Tuesday 18 July 2017 | 10am – 1.30pm

Where: Twig & Stick Children’s Nature Club | 100 Old Mount Barker Road, Stirling

Who: Early childhood & primary age children

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