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Plenty on for the holidays

Plenty on for the kids these school holidays:

Children can explore What's under the Wharf and encounter local marine species, like sea urchins and sea stars, at Narooma on Wednesday 3 January from 11.15am.

Performances of the award-winning musical comedy show for kids The Vegetable Plot will be held at Narooma on Friday 12 January and Batemans Bay Saturday 13 January.

Favourite Princesses and Princes from movies and musicals will come to life on stage at Batemans Bay on Friday 12 January

The Totem skateboarding competition will resume on Saturday 13 January at South Durras and Sunday 14 January at Broulee.

Council will host six of its popular Cartoon drawing workshops; two in Batemans Bay on 15 January, two in Moruya on 17 January, and two in Narooma on 18 January. Children might also enjoy seeing Some very talented dogs from the Eurobodalla Canine Club show off their tricks at Batemans Bay on 22 January, Moruya 24 January and Narooma 25 January. Department of Primary Industries will host a Kids Fishing Workshop (ages eight-14) at Batemans Bay on Wednesday 17 January, 10am-2pm. You will start to see this fabulous little flyer getting around following the very sucessful Family Fishing Clinic held at Corrigans Beach hosted by Robert Paxevanos with his daughter Hailey From Fishing Australia TV. Recreational fishing is a key activity that can be enjoyed by locals and our visiting tourists. Check out 2018 special events with some awesome competitions for the family. April should be an absolute cracka!

For even more school holiday activities by the sea, including rock pool rambles at Narooma, Broulee and North Head, a three beaches guided walk and snorkelling at Dalmeny and Malua Bay, check out the Nature Coast Marine Group. It's also not too late to register for the Summer Reading Club at local libraries, featuring lots of great reading, prizes and activities. There is a chance to win prizes and discover activities such as puzzles, crosswords, and word finds on the Summer Reading Club website. The theme for this year’s Summer Reading Club is “Game On: Supercharge your Summer" and we’re encouraging all school-aged children to join in the fun. This year's theme is an invitation to celebrate our Aussie sporting culture, team-mateship and the countries who will be visiting Australia to participate in the Commonwealth Games. More coming events

Bells Family Carnival, Batehaven, 22 Dec to 27 Jan Where: Corrigans Beach Reserve Cost: Armbands $25 per person for unlimited rides. (Excludes No Limit, Surf Side mega slide, Bungee trampolines and water walking balls). Single tickets available for all rides.Come one, come all! Bells Super Family Carnival has been visiting Batemans Bay for over 45 years - providing endless enjoyment to young and old alike. Andrew Radford exhibition, Batemans Bay, until 23 Dec In celebration of International Day of People with Disability, Batemans Bay Library presents an exhibition of photographs and artworks by Andrew Radford. Involve Eurobodalla exhibition, Moruya and Narooma, until 23 Dec Head over to the Moruya Library to see the collection of art works from Council's Involve Eurobodalla participants. Participants from Involve Eurobodalla’s ‘Create’ program are proudly celebrating International Day of People with a Disability with an exhibition of recent work. On show are bold, limited edition graphic images on paper, collaboratively designed and silkscreened by the group. Broulee Sand Modelling Competition, Broulee, 31 Dec George Bass Ski and Surfboat Marathon, 31 Dec to 6 Jan Art on the Path, Broulee, 7 Jan Tollgate Island Classic Tournament, Batemans Bay, 19 Jan Eurobodalla Agricultural Show, Moruya, 27-28 Jan Red Hot Summer Tour, Batemans Bay, 3 Feb Queen's Baton Relay celebration, Batemans Bay, 6 Feb

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