Joondalup: Little Feet kick off summer program with big crowd

Niamh and Harry Swift. Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Holly and Isabelle Evans.
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Ruby Tolliday.
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Caroline Legge.
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Cohen and Hunter Goldman.
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
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Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Pictures: Rebecca Mansell
Niamh and Harry Swift. Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Holly and Isabelle Evans. Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Ruby Tolliday. Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Caroline Legge. Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Cohen and Hunter Goldman. Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell Pictures: Rebecca Mansell

MORE than 7000 people from across Perth filled the grounds of ECU on Sunday for the City of Joondalup’s 2016 Little Feet Festival.

This year’s festival theme encouraged children aged 12 and under to celebrate their extraordinary talents and the positive qualities that make them ‘superkids’.

As well as various ‘make and take’ art activities, there were interactive games, live music, circus, storytelling, face painting and superhero training sessions.

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Younger children took part in Toddler Town activities, with giveaways and a Parent Pit Stop for the adults.

Mayor Troy Pickard said there was always a great atmosphere at the Little Feet Festival, which traditionally kicks off the City’s summer events program.

“This year’s program of free family-friendly events promises to be the biggest one yet, with the addition of the inaugural Kaleidoscope event from November 10 to 13, transforming our city centre into an extraordinary wonderland of illumination,” he said.