SLIME TIME: Hannah Searle.
SLIME TIME: Hannah Searle. Contributed

Slime and goop fun for Noosa over school holidays

A SLIME of a time during the holidays is offered by a local care program during September/ October school break at Noosa Christian Outreach Church at Noosaville.

Noosa Holiday Care program co-ordinator Anita Searle said the emphasis is on kids having fun, while offering quality child care during the holidays and getting messy is all part of the plan.

"We had a great time during the last school holidays and every child had so much fun. The parents were raving about it and quickly booked as many days as possible. So get in quick this time," she said.

The program offers more than just slime with a wide range of activities including arts, crafts, sports, games, cooking and movies. Mrs Searle said there will also be a jumping castle which is always a popular addition for children. Holiday Care is offered for school aged children from five to 14 year olds.

"We are committed to offering quality care for your children during the school holidays and we want them to have fun. We have fantastic things planned, even a jumping castle, Xbox games and yes, the slime. Slime and goop will be part of the sensory play days planned. So if you think they would like to join, we would love to have them."

The holiday program starts on September 22. For further information 5449 9658 or email info@noosa coc.org.au.


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