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Cookie Decorating Workshop at Meerilinga Beechboro

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Meerilinga Beechboro

106 Amazon Drive

Beechboro, WA 6063

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Time to get the kids out of the house and down to Meerilinga Beechboro to do some decorating!

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Are you looking for a way to keep your kids entertained and out of the house ? Come and join us at Meerilinga Beechboro to decorate some delicious, creative cookies. Put a bit of icing on and then finish it off with some decorating! Suitable ages 5-10 years.

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When? Wednesday, 29th September 9:30am - 11:30am

Where? Meerilinga Beechboro. 106 Amazon Drive, Beechboro, WA 6063

Cost? $10 per child

Have a question? Please contact Sarah on (08) 9377 4749 or send her an email at sarah.marron@meerilinga.org.au

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Meerilinga Beechboro

106 Amazon Drive

Beechboro, WA 6063

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Organiser Meerilinga Young Children's Foundation Inc.

Organiser of Cookie Decorating Workshop at Meerilinga Beechboro

Meerilinga is a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity that promotes the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child; working with children, their families, early childhood professionals, planners and the community to raise the status of children in Western Australia.

Today, recognised for excellence in promoting and supporting the education, care and wellbeing of children, and providing a diverse range of professional resources and support to children, the health sector, the education sector, child protection, parents, the community and volunteers, Meerilinga aims to improve the quality of life for the children of Western Australia through:

  • Participation – involving children in the decision making process

  • Support – for organisations advancing the development of young children

  • Advocating – for the well-being of WA’s young children

  • Services – for parents/families, industry professionals and students

  • Research – into world wide trends in policy and practice as it relates to children

  • Best Practice – contributing through significant project outcomes

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