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The Houghton Howler (Hiding in plain sight) (Art by Megan Salmon)

CANCELLED The Hunt for the Houghton Howler

Join Anstey, our space travelling echidna, on her latest adventure: The Hunt for the Houghton Howler. Anstey loves a history mystery, help her by following the story trail in Pine Park to uncover the mystery of the Houghton Howler!

Presented by City of Tea Tree Gully Library

When

Sat 8 to Sun 16 May

Where

Pine Park, 1351 North East Rd, Tea Tree Gully

Price

Free

Contact

David Brooks, 8387 7467, david.brooks@cttg.sa.gov.au

Info

Family Friendly

Ground is uneven, hilly paths are unpaved.

Connect

https://www.teatreegully.sa.gov.au/Events_and_places/Places_-_Council_parks_facilities_and_venues/Library

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