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Mini Maker: All About Me (Council Led Event)

23/03/2023 - Hurstville Museum & Gallery

Practising motor and sensory skills through stories, music, exhibitions, art and craft. Let's look at ourselves. How does our face change and move?

Our Mini Maker program aims to engage children aged 3-5 years and their parent or carer to learn and develop skills together.

Each month we will practice a motor and sensory process through exploration of our exhibitions, story, song and art and craft.

Grown-ups are encouraged to participate and guide their little one through the session to learn and grow together.
The monthly program consists of story/song time, tour of our exhibition and getting hands on together in art and craft.
We have a limited capacity for this program – 6 children and 6 adults.


Thursday 23 March 2023



Hurstville Museum & Gallery
14 Macmahon Street, Hurstville


10.15am - 11.30am


$8.00 for 1 adult and 1 child.

Bookings and fees

Bookings are essential for all activities; please book online. You can also visit us at the Museum & Gallery service desk.

  • Programs are fully supervised by qualified staff
  • Parents and carers must stay and participate for the duration of the session
  • No refunds for cancellations or missed bookings
  • Program swapping is not permitted
  • Online bookings incur booking fees and surcharges
  • Mini Maker runs on the fourth Thursday of the month.

PLEASE NOTE: Attendance at our events may be digitally recorded through photographs and/or videos. These images may be used by Georges River Council and Hurstville Museum & Gallery in their publications, social media, Council’s website or newspaper. Please notify staff if you do not wish to be filmed.

PLEASE NOTE: Council has approved new fees and charges for 2022-2023, including those for programs, exhibition hire fees and events at Hurstville Museum & Gallery. For further information on the new fees and charges, please see the document on the Georges River Council website.

For more information

Please contact Hurstville Museum & Gallery on (02) 9330 6444 or

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