FREE outdoor cinema events this summer in Unley – presented in association with the Sturt Football Club.
Event commences at 6pm and Big Hero 6 (PG) will begin screening at sunset.
Live music, face painting, a jumping castle, and tonnes of other fun activities such as:
- Bubble soccer.
- Cubby building – Children will be supplied with sticks (smoothed and rounded), rope, and hessian. To use their problem solving and teamwork to build a free standing cubby.
- Natural weaving – Children and families will have opportunities to use fresh, natural materials to create natural weaves on stick frames. Three larger freestanding frames will allow participants to add material over time to create a collective weave.
- Small loose parts – Children and families will be provided with a variety of open, small natural objects such as log rounds, sliced sticks, seedpods and bark. With these activities they can let their creativity shine, creating small houses, fairy gardens and a multitude of other creations.
- Tinker table – As this movie is about robots, families will be provided with screwdrivers and pliers to deconstruct some well-known electrical items such as computers, DVD players, toasters etc. This will facilitate conversation and curiosity about how these machines we encounter every day work.
To read our Play and Go Review of the movie Big Hero 6, click here.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the City of Unley website here.
What: Free Outdoor Cinema | Big Hero 6
When: Friday 20 November 2015 | from 6pm | movie starts at sunset
Where: Unley Oval | Unley
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