Join the Mystical Mayhem fun at Cobb and Co Museum’s school holiday program to be held weekdays 29 June-13 July 2009.
Learn how to mix potions such as Witches Brew, Phoenix Tears Truth Serum and Confusing Concoction. Children will also visit the Enchanted Forest and learn about Australia’s ‘spooky’ creatures including owls, bats, snakes, and spiders.
Other activities included making a flying owl and bat and a broomstick pencil. Using magic and fantasy are fun, attention-grabbing ways for children to learn about simple science concepts and Australian animals, reptiles and spiders. Designed for children aged three to 12 years, these sessions facilitate families learning and experimenting together.”
All visitors to the Museum can also visit the Broomstick Emporium, designed for younger children, where they can dress up as wizards and witches, read magical books and solve animal puzzles.
Mystical Mayhem sessions will be held twice each weekday, at 9.30am and 11.30am and will cost $5.50 per child per session. There are no bookings and guardians must stay with their children in the Museum.
Thanks to Toowoomba Regional Council; entry to the Museum is free to all residents of the council area on presentation of proof of address.