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e2 Young Engineers offers 'LEGO Challenge'

LEGO Challenge

e2 Young Engineers offers 'LEGO Challenge' which is an after-school enrichment program for children between the ages of 6-12 years.

The main idea is to provide theoretical knowledge and practical implementation in STEM basics using motorized LEGO® bricks and Technic LEGO® that produce motion.

Summer holiday workshop coming up on 12-13 January 2015 at Clayton Community Centre, next to the library.

Contact now on 0415 987 291 or melbourne@young-engineers.com.au

LifeKids Playgroup

Meeting every WEDNESDAY morning

10am - 12pm

LifeGate Church of Christ - 758 Waverley Rd, Glen Waverley

There will be toys, stories, craft sessions, singing and lost of fun!

Come along for a chat and a play :)

For more info, call Melissa - 0404 841 051

Rainbow Playgroup

Rainbow Playgroup meets at the Uniting Church at 482 High Street Road, Mount Waverleyevery Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 to 11:30am.

Fantastic facilities, fully enclosed yard with lots of activities.

Please phone 0421 487 125 with all enquiries.

Pottery for Children Classes (8-12years)

Children will be given set projects to complete until they are comfortable working with clay then they are able to complete their own projects.

Parents are expected to help clean up once a term after class.

Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays from 4pm - 5:30pm in Mt Waverley at $112 for 8 weeks (incl. clay & firing).

Bookings essential on Ph: 9807 6011 or email: info@waverleyclc.org.au or visit our website: www.waverleyclc.org.au.

Essex Heights Playgroup

Essex Heights Playgroup is a clean, tidy and cosy play space for kids and mums to get together. This would suit already established mothers groups looking for a convenient place to meet for a couple of hours.

Two-hour session times available on any weekday at 15 Outlook Rd, Essex Heights.

Call Heather on 0435 008 090 or email essexheightsplaygroup@gmail.com

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Last updated: 13 November 2014

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