The week-long Esperance One and All Community Program has begun again, with hundreds of participants attending the workshops during the first week of the school holidays.
The free, all-inclusive program begun with a Mini-Mural Workshop with Esperance Community Arts on Tuesday, July 9, at the Bay of Isles Leisure Centre.
The workshop was a great success, being attended by 70 children.
Games Galore at the Esperance Civic Centre on Wednesday, July 10, was just as successful, with 80 participants in attendance.
Players braved the cooler conditions to partake in the tennis workshop at Esperance Tennis Club on Thursday, July 11.
Today, the program will host a 'Ninja's' workshop at the Bay of Isles Leisure Centre from 10am until 12pm.
With a good mix of community activities and sport, Shire of Esperance Club development officer Shane Tobin said the program offered something for all ages and abilities.
The program, which runs each school holidays, is the product of a joint partnership between the Shire of Esperance, Escare and Esperance Community Arts.