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Byron Shire
May 18, 2024

Mirabelle’s game 

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head to The Quad between 15–23 August to find the Miniatures.

A magical quest is taking place in Lismore Quad from August 15–23. Deep underground, right beneath the town (and unknown to the human inhabitants of Lismore) there has lived, for thousands of years, a community of tiny magical beings called The Miniatures.

During the last floods, cracks and portals throughout the city were opened up by the power of the water and an amazing thing has happened; the Miniatures have found pathways into the Up-top land of Lismore.

A very brave Miniature called Mirabelle was the first to find her way up and is busy making doorways for her friends to come up through.

Mirabelle would like to invite the (small) Giants of the Up-top land to play a game she is setting up in Lismore Quad in August. You can play any time you like – but daylight hours are best.

Parents/guardians: To play the game with your child download and print the game invitation from www.lismorequad.org.au and head to The Quad between 15–23 August to find the Miniatures.


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