ENDLESS opportunities for fun will be provided to young children throughout the school holidays.
With the Christmas break now over, various organisations around Bathurst are ready to provide activities to children over the next couple of weeks.
Bathurst PCYC got an early start to its holiday activities, running a program from January 2.
The club offers half and full day programs at a cost of $25 and $35 respectively.
The activities on offer change daily, but some common ones include gymnastics, ball games, gym play and obstacle courses.
For more information or to book, call the club on 6331 2191.
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery will also offer a holiday program, starting on Tuesday with the Rockface workshop, which utilises clay.
BRAG’s acting audience engagement officer, Julian Woods, said there would be a theme across all the workshops.
“We’re doing our regular school holiday workshops, which we’re offering from next Tuesday until January 24,” he said.
“They are inspired by our current exhibition, Curiouser and Curiouser.”
The Wacky Wall Works and Curious Creatures workshops will also run next week on Wednesday and Friday, to be followed by three more the following week.
All BRAG workshops cost $10 and Mr Woods said they tend to fill up quickly, so bookings are essential.
They can be made in person at the gallery or by calling 6333 6555.
In addition to the regular workshops, BRAG will have an Alice in Wonderland film festival running over three consecutive Wednesdays from January 16.
Bathurst Library is also offering a holiday program, with seven workshops planned.
Some are fully booked already, however three craft-based workshops remain.
For more details, contact the library on 6333 6281.
To see some of the other organisations around Bathurst offering holiday programs, visit council’s website.