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First week back of Term 2 but don’t let the adventures stop! Where will you be heading this week? We’re going to Artplay for Cerita Anak and Imaginary Pets and the launch of the Big Freeze Festival which is coming to Melbourne in July. (Image from Studio Cats at NGV International)

CBD / Docklands


  • Nature Memory Box (Fri 15 Apr) – Join one of Edendale farmers on a nature and animal hunt around Edendale.
  • Fitzroy Market (Sat 16 Apr) – Monthly market of delicious pastries and food, second-hand clothing books and other items, handmade crafts, plants
  • Arthur and the Curiosity book launch Carlton (Sat 16 Apr) – Lucinda Gifford, Five Mile Press and The Little Bookroom invite you to the launch of ARTHUR AND THE CURIOSITY.
  • Nillumbik Youth Festival Eltham (Sat 16 Apr) – local bands, theatre, RUCCIS circus,Massive FAM, henna artists, African drumming, art stalls, delicious food from around the world and heaps more.
  • St Vincent’s Scrubs Run (Sun 17 Apr) – fundraising run with music, roaming entertainment, BBQ and food vans, a jumping castle, kids’ activities.
  • The Makers and Shakers Market Coburg (Sun 17 Apr) – indoor, curated, retail event that brings together people who care about where things come from, how things are made and what they are made of.
  • I am Doodle Cat book launch Carlton (Thu 21 Apr) – Scribe Publications and The Little Bookroom invite you to the launch of I AM DOODLE CAT.
  • Be a Wild Child Melbourne Zoo (Fri 15 Apr – Fri 24 Jun) – Kids can dress up as a field researcher, climb aboard the research jeep, visit the field tent to collect their equipment and imagine finding endangered wildlife in the new addition to the popular Keeper Kids.
  • In the Picture: The Art of Illustration Malvern (Fri 15 Apr – Sun 1 May) – exhibition of artworks from Children’s Literature Australia Network comprises original and limited edition works by some of Australia’s most loved children’s picture book illustrators
  • Jurassic World Melbourne Museum (Fri 15 Apr – Sun 9 Oct) – exhibition is based on Universal Pictures’ Jurassic World. READ THE REVIEW. 




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