KIDS will be able to get down and dirty after the opening of a ‘mud kitchen’ at the Calista Child and Parent Centre.
Known as Muddy’s Kitchen it is set to serve up delicious treats such as the humble mud pie.
Centre Co-ordinator Anne Nilsen said families enjoyed the opening.
“Kwinana families celebrated the grand opening of the new mud kitchen behind the Child and Parent Centre Calista,” she said.
“Over 80 parents, grandparents and children watched myself along with Calista Primary School Deputy Principal Louise Hughes cut the ribbon before they baked their first pies in the new sand pit,” she said.
“The mud kitchen will be a great asset to the various playgroups and programs offered by the Child and Parent Centre.”
Other activities on the day included face painting, bubbles and crafts.