29 June is International Mud Day!
Looking for something fun, creative and outdoors to do? Have we got the solution for you! Get slimy and mushy and squishy with mud!
Join us for an afternoon of playing in the mud and celebrate International Mud Day!!
Mud slides, mud kitchens, mud fights and mud monsters will be just the start at what is sure to be a messy, fun and inspiring afternoon on Wednesday 29 June 2-4pm.
You will find us at St Pauls School Bald Hills, 24 Strathpine Rd, Bald Hills (look for the Barefoot Nature Play signs).
No prior registrations are required, just turn up. Please do arrive on time for 2pm start, as playscape is not close to carpark. Visitors will be welcomed at Barefoot Nature Play registration desk, given a safety briefing and then escorted to playscape.
What to bring:
1. Visitors should wear old clothes…they will get dirty.
2. Visitors must wear enclosed shoes, broad brimmed hat and sunscreen
3. Visitors should bring spare clothes and a towel. Change facilities will be available.
Suitable for all ages of children, parental supervision is required for the duration of the event.
This event is proudly hosted by Barefoot Nature Play in conjunction with Nature Play Queensland.
International Mud Day is lead by the World Forum Foundation and aims to connect children around the globe through the earth, by playing in the mud! International Mud Day is children and early childhood professionals all over the world celebrating nature, outdoors, and mess by getting really muddy. More info on International Mud Day here: Facebook: www.facebook.com/InternationalMudDay