First-ever International Day of Play celebrated with community play date

Saree Salter
Updated June 11 2024 - 3:37pm, first published 1:30pm
Haylie Paseka of Youngtown and son Keone at International Day of Play at Door of Hope, Launceston. Picture by Phillip Biggs
Haylie Paseka of Youngtown and son Keone at International Day of Play at Door of Hope, Launceston. Picture by Phillip Biggs

Bubbles, balloons, brushes, Lego, drawing and one big mascot named Percy offered a whole lot of fun for a rainy day.

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Saree Salter

Northern Tasmania born and bred. School reporter, interested also in the Launceston music scene. Email me at saree.salter@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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