Kidzcapers Festival will be held at Rochester Primary School on Sunday and everyone is invited.November 16, 2012 4:28am
Rochester and district residents are invited to take part in the fun of Kidzcapers Festival at Rochester Primary School on Sunday.
Member for Rodney Paul Weller has been invited to wave the flag for the first pushcart race, starting at 10am where students from five district primary schools will compete.
Kidzcapers committee president Casey James said there were many things for children to make and do.
‘‘There is variety for everyone,’’ she said.
‘‘If kids aren’t into dancing they can play with Play-Doh.’’
‘‘It’s a really cheap day out and lots of things are free.’’
There are workshops where you can learn to make a musical instrument, science, animal and clown shows, dancing and other types of entertainment.
The events runs from 10am to 3pm.
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