Free holiday activity for children with disabilities at National Museum of Australia

Event date: 
7 October 2010

Free holiday activity for children with disabilities and their families at National Museum of Australia Guided exhibition tour and music workshop Thursday 7 October.   BOOK NOW!!!

 

The National Museum of Australia, in collaboration with Music For Everyone, invites children with disabilities and their families to visit the Museum for a unique holiday activity, free of charge.

Participants will enjoy a guided tour of the exhibition, YIWARRA KUJU: THE CANNING STOCK ROUTE, followed by a fun group music workshop led by Music For Everyone's experienced staff, who have some wonderful games and activities planned around the exhibition's theme.

 

No previous musical experience necessary.  All participants must be accompanied by a parent or carer.  Siblings without disabilities may attend also - simply fill in the details on the booking form.  Please note bookings are essential.

 

This workshop is aimed at school-age children with special needs from 7 years, although we can be flexible with the ages of the siblings coming along.

 

Date: THURSDAY 7 October

Time: 10.00am-11.30am (9.45am arrival for 10am start)

Venue: National Museum of Australia: Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, Acton

 

Who: Children with disabilities aged from 7 years & their families

Cost: Free of charge

 

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL: For more info & bookings email [email protected] and we'll send them to you. Places are limited - book now!

Contact Music For Everyone on 6230 7190 or [email protected] for all inquiries.

 

Music For Everyone is supported by the ACT Government, the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council, and The Snow Foundation.

WINNER of the 2009 National MUSIC IN COMMUNITIES AWARD WINNER of the 2009 ACT Chief Minister's Inclusion Award for Education

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Music For Everyone

Ainslie Arts Centre Braddon

PO Box 950 Civic Square ACT 2608

Tel: 6230 7190 Fax: 6257 8088

www.mfe.org.au <http://www.mfe.org.au>

Artistic Director: Vivienne Winther