Taylor Green and Lauren Young mix in some paint to create their Tye Dye shirts at the BBKCC. (Healey photo)

BEAVER BANK: The March Break fun began in great style on Monday night March 12 at the Beaver Bank-Kinsac Community Centre–and it involved messy hands.

(Healey photo)

On March 12, the first of a week filled with plenty of activities ranging from nerf wars; a babysitting course; and Little Ray’s reptiles visiting, a family movie night, started off with youngsters getting to create tye dye t-shirts.

The kids at the activity enjoyed scrunching all of their shirts up and then going and pouring a good amount–some a bit too much–of colouring to them and then wrapping in plastic bags to let them settle and dry overnight.

Look for more coverage and photos in the April issue of The Laker.

The week also includes the following, as provided by the BBKCC:



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