The Easter holidays are here, and parents are scratching their heads how to keep the rug rats occupied.
Griffith Central and the Griffith City Library have come to the rescue.
The library has put a program together for the difficult to entertain teenager.
Poetry, a teen-only drop in colouring club where the materials can be supplied, and a special viewing of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
Primary school children haven’t been left out with a massive range of activities available including, origami and paper craft workshops, Lego club, story time, NSW Premier’s reading challenge and - wait for it – a Disney movie marathon contact the library for more details.
Griffith Central has had its thinking caps on too putting together a impressive range of activities.
Daily Easter arts and crafts where children of all ages have the opportunity to make their very own Easter hat or mask and enter in the Easter parade on Easter Saturday having a chance to win one of three $50 vouchers.
The Easter Bunny will be hopping around Central on Thursday from 11–1pm, Saturday from 10–11am and 1–2pm.
There’s lots of free fun to be had with ride on toys, jumping castle and the Roller Racer fun with time trials for the children and the bigger child at heart.
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