City of Gosnells Homegrown Festival to finish with a bang courtesy of Little Scribblers


Gosnells Mayor Glenn Dewhurst and EinSTeiN''s Top Secret Science Senior Training Presenter Danni Stocks.
Gosnells Mayor Glenn Dewhurst and EinSTeiN''s Top Secret Science Senior Training Presenter Danni Stocks.

DON your lab coat and safety glasses – Little Scribblers is having a blast in the science lab.

The City of Gosnells’ popular family event will ensure Homegrown Festival’s final weekend goes off with a bang on Saturday March 17.

This year, the free event is science-themed, allowing kids and their parents to explore the world around us, through experiments, astronomy, forensics and more.

There will be experiments to try and art and craft activities to boot, while visitors can participate in the science of mural painting as they add colour to a collective art piece with artist Mel McVee.

Farm animals, stalls and food trucks will also be on hand to ensure a fun day for the whole family.

Mayor Glenn Dewhurst encouraged families to ensure the Homegrown Festival ended on a high note and join in the fun at Langford Oval.

“Homegrown is always fantastic fun for families and this year, I hope more families and their children come along and join me and my kids at this great event,” he said.

“All the elements for an amazing reaction are there and my hypothesis is Little Scribblers will be electrifying this year.”

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