WHEN: Saturday 25 March, 1pm – 6pm
Under 10s Feminist Corner
WHEN: 1pm – 5pm
VENUE: Enza’s Studio
How much do grown ups really know about what books children like to read? And what don’t they know about kids’ lives? Join the good folks from 100 Story Building and The Stella Prize in this drop-in workshop, where creative control is put back into the hands of children!
WHEN: 2pm – 5:30pm
VENUE: Foyer Table
Dream up the next big revolutionary invention and join the Robogals in making it real. Drop-in at our Robogals workshop and have a go at programming your own bot. Focused on getting everyone involved in the STEAM fields, the global organisation, Robogals, will share their passion for engineering and how it can make our lives better.
Robogals aims to increase female participation in STEAM fields by holding free workshops for primary and secondary kids to teach them what engineering is and how it makes our lives better.
WHEN: 3pm – 4pm
Experience the beauty of Hawaii through one of the most revered cultural aspects of Hawaiian culture, hula. Noelani Le Nevez, a professional hula dancer and proud kanaka maoli (native Hawaiian) who now resides in Melbourne, continues to learn and share the stories and traditions of her ancestors while living far from her home.
Hula celebrates the beauty of the islands, the connection to nature and it cultivates the Aloha spirit — the spirit of love — within each us. Participants will learn basic steps and arm movements put together to form a short choreographed dance. E Hula Mai – Come Let’s Hula!
WHEN: 4pm – 5pm (3 x 20-minute sessions)
Who wants to play? Discover the magic and fun of circus at WOW Melbourne. Led by our expert Women’s Circus trainers, your child will have the chance to play some games and meet new friends while developing gross-motor skills, body and spatial awareness, strength and flexibility through a range of circus arts.
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Presented as part of WOW – Women of the World Festival Melbourne.