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Superhero cape making for school holidays

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BATMAN, Superman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Miss Marvel, or a new superhero entirely of your own creation…..

To help you get ready for Superhero Saturday, The Family Centre and Tweed Centro is hosting during the school holidays at Centro.

It is free and also includes craft, face-painting and cape making, but you need to register.

"Come dressed in the cape you make at our Cape Making Day or your best superhero costume, as simple or as elaborate as you like," event co-ordinator Melissa Scott said.

"There are great prizes up for grabs, including a prize for the best dressed family team and a major prize draw.

"Last year we gave away two family holidays, one on the day, and one for the highest fundraising team."

Superhero Saturday is The Family Centre's major fundraising event and funds raised will support our work in local primary schools.

The Superhero Saturday Cape Making stall will be held at Tweed Centro, July 11, 10am-2pm, outside Target.

Superhero Saturday is a great day for your family team. It will be held on Saturday September 7.

For more details, to register or to get involved as a community sponsor visit superherosaturday.com.au or call 07 5524 8711.

To find out more about The Family Centre visit thefamilycentre.org.au.

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