Help OPAL celebrate their last year at the City of Charles Sturt with a fun performance by popular kids entertainer Graeme Denton these school holidays.
Inspector Hector has a mystery to solve. It seems in recent times, healthy foods from the five food groups have disappeared without a trace. Not only have the vegetables vanished, but dairy has disappeared, meat is missing, fruit has flown off, and the cereals have been sequestered – whatever that means?
This show is suitable for kids aged 3-12 but all ages are welcome. Bring a picnic lunch if you’d like to join in with some games on the back lawn afterwards.
Cost is $4 per child (payable at the door – cash only), adults are free. Visit the City of Charles Sturt website here to book your tickets.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Inspector Hector and the Case of the Vanishing Vegetables Facebook event page.
What: Inspector Hector and the Case of the Vanishing Vegetables
When: Friday 7 October 2016 | 11 am – 12 pm
Where: Woodville Town Hall | 74 Woodville Road, Woodville
Who: Suitable for ages 3-12
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