This October school holiday period features an exciting new event for young people in Kingborough.
Kingborough Mayor, Paula Wriedt said a ‘Youth Beat BBQ Bash’ event would take place on Friday 13 October from 1pm – 5pm at the basketball area of Kingston Park.
“This will be a fantastic event featuring a spray art stencil workshop, chalk art competitions and half-court basketball tournament for young people aged 12 and over,” Cr Wriedt said.
“Council will also be sponsoring spot prizes, free popcorn and a free BBQ on the day.
Kingborough Mayor Paula Wriedt said it is one of many exciting activities on offer for young people of the municipality.
“The holiday program is also featuring excursions to the cinema, mini golf, Richmond maze, Theatre Royal, archery and outdoor laser skirmish.”
As always, a bus service is available to pick up young people from suburbs of Kingborough outside of Kingston so that everyone can be involved.
“Young people may also like to try volleyball at the Kingborough Sports Centre or a guided painting session at KIN Creative Space as part of the program.
“This school holiday’s focus is on having fun and having a go with no experience necessary for any of the activities on offer.”
For more information and to book, please see Kingborough Council’s EVENTS PAGE.