A CELEBRATION of play, art and nature helped launch the Cocoon Project at the Creswick Playscape last Friday.
Nanjing Night Net

Children filled the space as artist Emma Pryse put the finishing touches on the huge cocoon.

“Artists creating, playing and working alongside children and adults is what the playscape is all about,” Creswick Neighbourhood Centre’s Rebecca Russell said.

The launch brought together the parents and children who had helped to create and build the cocoon, children and staff from Creswick Children’s Service, families from across the region, council staff and many members of the Creswick Neighbourhood Centre committee.

The project was a Hepburn Shire Community Grants recipient and was supported by the Creswick Neighbourhood Centre.

“We were thrilled with the broad community the launch brought together,” Ms Russell said.

“It was a fantastic morning watching the children explore and play in and around the cocoon.”

Art and play continue in the playscape next term. See the Creswick Neighbourhood Centre program for details.

Kids take a first look at the new additions to the Creswick Playscape.

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