If you are looking for a sea change then Cook Shire, a growing region, is the place to be, now and into the future for its perfectly balanced tropical lifestyle; pristine coastline; culturally diverse community and friendly locals.
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Free Lion Dance workshops
Children aged 11 to 14 are invited to a series of free workshops teaching the ancient art of lion dancing at the Cooktown PCYC Events Centre, culminating in a performance at the Cooktown Multicultural Festival on Saturday, April 29. The workshops will be held on April 1 from 2pm-3pm and 4pm-5.30pm, April 2 from 8am-9.30am, April 8 from 2pm-3.30pm and 4pm-5.30pm, April 9 from 8am-9.30am, April 22 from 2pm-3.30pm and 4pm-5.30pm and April 23 from 8am-9.30am. For more information contact Council's Grants Officer.
Stories come alive at library
Every Friday the Cooktown Library will transform into a magical realm as teacher Emily Kamholtz brings Interactie Story Time to town. Children aged 0 to 5 and their carers are welcome to attend the free sessions, which are every Friday at the library from 2.15pm to 3pm. Join Mrs Kamholtz as she brings your favourite children's stories to life each week. Cook Shire's libraries receive financial assistance from the Queensland Government through State Library of Queensland.
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