Chocolate Easter eggs and hot cross buns are not the only things to enjoy about the upcoming holidays.
Wodonga Council has a long list of events to keep children and adults entertained.
For those who enjoy being active, Risky Kids on April 13 involves parkour and gymnastics for a fun-filled morning of activities.
Get in quick and book as numbers are limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Contact Wodonga Library on (02) 60229330 or email email@example.com
If quite activities are more your things, a Manga Drawing Class is being offered at Baranduda Community Centre on April 9.
The community centre will also host Theatre Sports Workshop, a series of acting and drama workshops involving fun games, on April 8 and April 15.
The workshop is suitable for eight to 14-year-olds. Bookings essential as spaces limited, phone (02) 6020 8643.
High school students can try their hand at skateboarding with free introductory lessons as part of The Deck'd Event on April 13 from 10am to 2pm at Al's Skate Co.
There will be a pop-up gallery displaying works from the Deck'd Design Competition as well as merchandise giveaways and prizes.
The Deck'd design winners will also be announced at the event.
If the children are sending you stir crazy, why not head outdoors.
Wodonga has more than 70 playgrounds across the city with a myriad of play experiences.
Check out our playgrounds and amenities map with an easy reference guide of the facilities available.
Get some more fresh air and hit Wodonga's bike and walking paths.
There's more than 80kms of bike and walking paths which provide the perfect opportunity to meander by the river or enjoy one of the scenic routes that link the city.
From the CBD you can easily connect with The High Country Rail Trail which hugs the shoreline of Lake Hume from Wodonga to Old Tallangatta. The scenic ride takes in magnificent lake and mountain views, with rail and immigration history along the way.
Also on the horizon for children in the coming months is Magic Beach - Presented by CDP Kids, a play by Finegan Kruckemeyer based on the book by Alison Lester.
Alison Lester AM’s classic book comes to life on The Cube Wodonga stage on May 17 in a wonderful world of text, song, light, shadow and movement for children aged 3 to 8 and their adults.
This new Australian adaptation from award-winning playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer is a celebration of the power of the imagination and the differences that make every child special.
There's also The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show - Presented by CDP Kids on June 23 at The Cube Wodonga.