Lots of Easter holiday fun

Join the Mad Hatter for his tea party in Lowood these school holidays. Picture: FILE

There is plenty to entertain the kids these school holidays with a host of activities on offer across the region.

As part of Somerset Regional Council’s school holiday program, there will be a youth festival in Lowood, Rolla Bae Disco at the Somerset Civic Centre grounds, movie nights at Kilcoy and a range of fun activities at Somerset Library branches and The Condensery, council’s art gallery in Toogoolawah.

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party returns to Lowood on Wednesday 3 April from 9am at Clock Park with craft activities, outdoor games, children’s disco, face painting and an animal farm.

In the Lockyer Valley, there is a jam-packed schedule of free, fun-filled activities on offer.

There are scavenger hunts, family movies, Lego fun, and hands on art activities.

In the second week of the holidays, a range of presenters will deliver activities at the libraries.

Urban Utilities bring their Water Ranger vs Blocka activities for children aged 0-5 and the Beneath the Streets program for primary and high school aged children, while Sparky Do Dah will present Imagine, Create and Play for all ages.

Visit your local council or library website for more details, including making bookings.