Siblings Toby and Abigail joined hundreds of local kids getting creative in central Geelong this week as lockdown ended and school holiday activities resumed.
“It was so cute,” their mum Tash Gower said.
“They were making fairy potions and little fairies with recycled materials. They had an absolute ball.
“They were super excited to be out and about and hanging out with other children again.”
Tash said she and her kids were regulars at the school holiday activities and had attended multiple events this week.
“We were shattered [because of lockdown during] the first week of school holidays, but we were happy to support some local businesses this week.
“The whole thing is such good incentive to bring people back into central Geelong.”
Activities including pop-up craft workshops, neon installations and selfie competitions are set to continue today and over the weekend in central Geelong.