Young kids get creative at the Hellenic Club of Canberra’s Christmas workshops

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Young kids from Kindergarten to Year 6 had a chance to get creative at the Hellenic Club of Canberra’s annual Christmas workshops on Wednesday, December 21.

Around 60 kids took part in the festive workshops on the Club’s premises at Woden, whilst Greek Christmas carols could be heard playing softly in the background.

On the day, the kids made Christmas wreaths out of pretzels, reindeer out of chocolate scrolls and Santa Claus figures with smarties and marshmellows.

In the end, the kids were also lucky enough to meet and greet Santa Claus, and have their photo taken with him.

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