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Diary Date: Bring the kids to the Shed

1 May, 2017

Milo the Clown performing at the Old Bus Depot Markets for their annual theme event, Kids in the ShedWe’re always all about the kids at the Markets – but on one day of the year in June we really go all-out to make sure the littlies are most impressed. Kids in the Shed on Sunday 11th June will be a great day to celebrate being a kid.

Kids in the Shed will feature a great range of family friendly activities and entertainment all day long including a petting zoo from Bowral Farmyard Friends, pony and donkey rides from Poplar Corner, Circus for Dummies with Milo the Clown, a jumping castle, face painting and much more. Plus, you’ll find loads of goodies that the kids love including handcrafted toys, kids’ room accessories, artworks and lots of bright, modern handmade clothes for babies and little boys and girls. Oh, and did we mention all the delicious treat foods?!

Bowral Farmyard Friends , Kids in the shed , Milo the Clown , Poplar Corner

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