Sunday Territorian 5 Nov 2017
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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5 2017 SOCIAL SCENE FRONTIER 23 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Snapped Its the wet season, but theres still plenty of events in the Territory. Check out whos been out and about this week NATIONAL CHILDRENS WEEK Darwin Waterfront MUMS, dads and plenty of little tackers came out in flocks to celebrate festivities for a National Childrens Week event in Darwin last Saturday. A free family fun day took place, featuring childrens activities like archery attack, a water slide to cool off, the popular float and play blow-ups in the Recreation Lagoon, face painting, balloons, music, arts and craft activities and plenty more. Express Studios Darwin also got the kids whooping with a breakdancing and hip hop workshop, and a movie was screened in the evening. Pictures: PATRINA MALONE Leah Christie with Deakon Salter and Mitchell Fairbrother Lalita Jangid, Sneh Jangid and Siyona Jangid Milli McInerney and Layla McInerney Freddy and Deklan Soohoo Zahra with Ali, Khus and baby Zaynab Badri Ellie Julings with Evelyn Shields and Sophia Shields Ravinder Singh with Saloni Kaur and Ekkam Singh Saleena Kaur and mum, Kulpreet Kaur Debbie Roe and son Finlay Roe Grace Hallen, Isabella Hallen and Madison Hallen MINDIL MARKETS Darwin YES Darwin, you and the rest of the Top End had better get used to it. The Wet season is officially here, heralded by the last instalment of the ever-popular Mindil Markets for 2017. There was still much fun to be had on Thursday, October 25, when plenty of punters poured to the beachside stalls to get some tasty tucker, listen to some tunes, or maybe buy an early Christmas present or two. Sadly for the markets, general manager Di Henry said they hadnt been as busy in 2017 as previous years, reflecting a downturn in retail across the region however she was optimistic foot traffic would pick up in 2018. Pictures: MICHAEL FRANCHIGlenn Campbell, and Stella Campbell, 10 Casey Winton and Adam Farrugia Gabrielle Sotham and Colin Southam Ace Ellison, 15 months, Bec Ellison and Tiger Ellison Celine Seghers and Derrick Rogers Vanessa Gilchrist, Blaise Smith, 2, and Brett Smith Amanda and Alby Quinn Lisa Dann and Charlie Dann, 10 Jenna Clarke and Jonathan Jordan
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