ARTS, crafts, cooking, myth busting and energy-expelling activities are all on the agenda in Bathurst these school holidays.
Children can get creative at a biscuit decorating workshop at Bake, Table and Tea this Saturday afternoon.
“They absolutely love it, they actually take it quite seriously,” store owner Melissa Kelly said of past workshops.
At Bathurst PCYC, the fun does not stop with morning, afternoon and full day sessions on every day of the school holidays.
Club manager Dave Hitchick said program co-ordinator, Katrina Harrison, has introduced a range of new activities to cater to a wide range of interests.
While new activities including a MythBusters science session, cooking classes and a trip to the tennis centre have been added, session prices have been reduced.
“We go from activity to activity, there’s always something on the go,” Mr Hitchick said.
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery has a range of arty, craft classes for your budding Picasso of all ages.