City of Stirling Civic Gardens hosts Kids Kerfuffle


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THE Stirling Civic Gardens will be transformed into an obstacle course, complete with slip and slides, monkey bars and challenges for children next month.

City of Stirling communications and marketing manager Meriel Pickering said the Kids Kerfuffle event would be fun for the whole family.

“Kids from six to 12 years will have a blast with 30 minutes to go nuts on the course and do the obstacles as many times as they like,” she said.

“There will be slip and slides, climbing walls, ball pits, monkey bars, inflatables and heaps of other obstacles to challenge and entertain the little adventurers.

“There will also be heaps of free fun for families and kids of all ages with roving performers, hands-on art and crafts, music, bubbles, games, food and more.”

Tickets are not required to enjoy all the extra free activities at the event.