A Uniting Church coeducational independent day and boarding school in Adelaide,
South Australia

Early Learning to Year 12

Life in Miniature! - Edition 3 - 2020

Life in Miniature! at Cove Civic Centre, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 March

Venture into a delightful world of all things miniature! Visit the South Australian N Guage Society Inc's huge Portland model railway display and wonder at the detail of the naval base, US Marine Corps base, cruise liner terminal, NASCAR raceway, trains rolling by and see what's showing at the drive-in movie theatre. Join diorama specialists, Miniature Worlds, and make your own mini Unicorn World or Skate Park or learn about the history of model railroading and how to turn a train set into a train layout. All over one huge weekend!

Visit Portland Display anytime during opening hours – no need to book!

Life in Miniature: Build your own Unicorn World!

Create your very own magical miniature Unicorn World, complete with rainbow, enchanted river, magical gemstones and your very own unicorn! For ages 8+. All materials provided.

Saturday 14 March, 10 am – 12.00 pm
Cost: $15pp
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Life in Miniature: Turn a Train Set into a Train Layout

This hands-on workshop will teach you how to convert a start-up train set into a layout. Learn how to lay the track, start the scenery and how to go about constructing the visual effects to make your train set more realistic. Presented by South Australian N Guage Society Inc

Saturday 14 March, 10.30 am – 12.30 pm
Cost: Free
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Life in Miniature: Build your own Skate Park!

Create your very own miniature skate park scene complete with concrete ramps, grind rails, steps and miniature accessories such as street signs, pallets, skate posters and your very own 'Toyboarder' skateboard figurine. For ages 8+. All materials provided.

Saturday 14 March, 2.00 – 4.00 pm
Cost: $15pp
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Life in Miniature: The History of Model Railroading

Learn how model railroading has changed over the years, from the early days of wooden and metal toys that resembled trains, right through the various guages and sizes up to today's popular 'N' Guage, the fastest growing segment of the hobby. Presented by South Australian N Guage Society Inc

Sunday 15 March, 1.30 – 2.15 pm
Cost: Free
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