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Grandparents Family Fun Day

The Grandparents Fun Day is local community event for grandparents, their family members and friends and will be held at the Prince Henry Nursing and Medical Museum at Little Bay from 10am until 4pm. Enjoy live music, kids activities, Aboriginal Cultural Workshops, learn Morse code, visit the Memory Van and enjoy a sausage sizzle and lots more. Browse the museum which includes a working iron lung, historical surgical instruments and heritage photographs. The museum is a wheelchair accessible venue. For all enquires contact Frida Kitas on 9093 6972.

When:
15/10/2017
Where:
2 Brodie Avenue, Little Bay, NSW, 2036
How Much:
$0
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