Three-year-old Kleeya Martin at the Lego competition at Redbank Plaza.
Three-year-old Kleeya Martin at the Lego competition at Redbank Plaza. Sarah Harvey

City Lego addicts beat boredom

LEGO might be more than 60 years old but it's still charming Ipswich children.

Children from across Ipswich made their way to Mr Toys Toyworld at Redbank Plaza yesterday to kick off their school holidays.

The three sessions throughout the day were packed with kids who could be Ipswich's future designers, architects and engineers.

Constructions ranged from red elephants to buildings and gardens, to the more artistic with the construction of letters and numbers.

The top piece from every session will be put on display inside Mr Toys Toyworld Redbank throughout the week, with the final winner to be declared on Monday.

The competitions were just some of many holiday activities across the Ipswich region.

They ranged from gardening to music to video games at the many shopping centres across the city.

Riverlink East Mall

During week one of the holidays children will be able to plant a flower and decorate the pot themselves. The activity will run all week until Saturday from 10am to 1pm.

In week two Riverlink will run make your own pizza sessions from 10am to 1pm from Monday to Saturday. Bookings can be made on 3294 5500.

Orion Springfield

Children are invited to be a rock star for a day throughout the first week.

Participants will be able to sing and record their own CDs on stage.

Be a rock star for the day will run until Friday outside Big W from 10am to 2pm.

Kids are invited to cook with food stylist Nicola Davis at the kids cooking workshops in the holiday's second week.

They will run from Monday July 2 to Friday July 6 outside Woolworths at 10am, 11am, noon and 1pm.

For further information and to book phone 3470 3218.

 

Redbank Plaza

Throughout the first week of the holidays Redbank Plaza will be running mini-muffin decorating workshops at Muffin Break and Lego building challenges at Mr Toys Toyworld. The muffin decorating workshops will be held from 10am to 1pm while the Lego challenge will be held at 10am, noon and 2pm.

In the second week Sandart Workshops will be held from 10am to 1pm daily while Real Construction workshops will be run at Mr Toys Toyworld at 10am, noon and 2pm.

Booval Fair

A drop and shop centre will run at Booval Fair on the first Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday of the holidays.

Kids will be able to enjoy supervised fun with face painting craft and video games.

In the second week of the holidays the 96.5 FM Romeo the Radio Dog show will be coming from the shopping centre with the crew singing and dancing to their favourite songs. Shows will be held at 10am, 11am, noon and 1pm.



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