Win A Family Pass To Powerhouse Discovery Centre See Nick Lieurance
Four lucky Sydney readers I have the opportunity to win four family passes to attend the Powerhouse Discovery Centre at Castle Hill this Saturday the 10 September which is holding very special food themed open day to support NSW History Week’s 2011 EAT History program.
The open day program will include a range of programs including a special open day guest Junior Masterchef Top 12 contestant Nick Lieurance who will cook up a new twist on an Aussie favourite for open day visitors.
Following Nick’s demonstration he will be available to sign copies of the Junior Masterchef cookbook which will be for sale at the open day ($29.99).
Other programs include the story of early market gardening in Castle Hill and also the history of vegemite through an illustrated lecture and display of the Powerhouse Museum’s collection of Vegemite jars through time. There will also have fun kids make and do activities planned for the day.
Go to www.castlehill.powerhousemuseum.com to check out some of the other great activities and workshops they are having on the day.
If you can’t make it on Saturday, they also have an awesome School Holiday program.
To win the family pass, just be the first four people to put a comment on this blog post, and then email me your mailing address on firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck.
The address of the Powerhouse Discovery Centre is 172 Showground Road, Castle Hill.
The opening hours are 10.00am—4.00pm.
Entry fee is $8 adult, $5 child / concession / senior / pensioner, $25 family (2 adults + 2 children) Free admission for Powerhouse Members and children 3 years and under. Additional charges apply for some programs and tours.