Children who are taking part in school holiday activities at the PCYC can attend an excursion to go tenpin bowling on Thursday.
The excursion will cost $10 per child, however other activities taking place throughout the day will include trivia and puzzles in the morning, parkour and craft as well as court play and colouring in the afternoon.
Friday will be a crazy hair day and there will be trampolining and puzzles, an in club movie and a karate camp in the afternoon at the Orange Karate Dojo.
Next week between 8.30am and 5pm there will also be a range of craft activities, puzzles, activities such as tumbling, court play, gymnastics, handball, basketball, zumba, movies, trampolining, parkour and futsal.
We've got lots of variety, it's a safe place for the kids.Dave Cleal
There will also be a music rock workshop on Wednesday, another $10 tenpin bowling excursion on Thursday, and more karate at the Orange Karate Dojo on the Friday.
PCYC assistant manager Dave Cleal said there have been about 40 children taking part in the school holiday activities most days but next Monday and Tuesday are booked out.
Mr Cleal said the holiday activities would also continue on Monday, July 22, when some schools have a pupil-free day.
"If parents have to work, parents send [their children] to us," he said.
"We've got lots of variety, it's a safe place for the kids."
The PCYC school holiday program is for children aged from kindergarten to year 6 and costs $40 for a full day or $25 for a half-day.
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