St Giles Walk with Me and 80th Birthday Celebration
St Giles are holding their "Walk with Me" and 80th Birthday Celebration in Hobart on 3 February in the Parliament Lawns from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
There will be free activities, healthy food options and marching music supplied by the Royal Australian Navy.
Visit their website for more information.
'Keeping Kids Safe' - Day Training - Burnie Arts Centre
SASS are running a 'Keeping Kids Safe' workshop. This will be held in the north of the state at the Burnie Arts and Function Centre on the 27th Febuary, 2018. Please contact them to secure a ticket!
Cost: Earlybird $215 GST incl. (paid by 2/2) thereafter $250.
Enquiries to (03) 6231 0044 or email@example.com
Starfish Nippers Come and Try Program on in January 2018
Surf Life Saving Tasmania (SLST) are running their first Starfish Nippers Come and Try Program at Long Beach, Sandy Bay on 22 and 23 Jan 2018. The program focuses on beach and surf skills, the goal is to build confidence of young people in the beach environment. The only difference to a typical Nipper Program is that this program is tailored to numerous disabilities. More information - http://www.slst.asn.au/training-education/community-programs/
Bush Adventures Summer Program 2018
Hobart City Council have released their Bush Adventures Summer Program 2018 for children aged 2- 10.
For more information, have a look at the Program Brochure at https://www.hobartcity.com.au/files/assets/public/coh-bushadventures-summer-18-web.pdf
To book into a session, please phone 6238 2886.
Tasmania seeking Inclusion team players
AFL Tasmania in partnership with New Horizons Club are calling for players to nominate for the 2018 Tasmania inclusion team to participate in the AFL National Inclusion Carnival.
The AFL National Inclusion Carnival is for athletes with an intellectual disability and brings together representative teams from across Australia to compete in a week-long carnival.