9월 넷째 주 Council Events
Guided Walk: School Holiday Walk & Riding for the Disabled – Marsfield Park
- School holiday activity for families with pre-school and primary school children. We will explore the bushland in Marsfield Park and then walk to the Riding for the Disabled facility. Riding for the Disabled Association NSW is a non-profit organisation which enables children and adults with disabilities to participate in therapeutic horse riding programs and horse related activities. During this visit the children will have the opportunity to meet the horses, listen to a short presentation and enjoy some light refreshments.
Session 2: 12.30 pm – 2.30 pm (arrive 12:15 pm)
Parking: Parking available in local surrounding streets.
Meeting Point: Outside the amenities building in Marsfield Park. This walk will start and finish in the same location.
- Easy grade walk suitable for families with pre-school or primary school aged children who are competent walkers.
- Walk distance is approximately 1.5 km in duration so a basic level of fitness and mobility is required. This walk is conducted on a combination of paths and tracks and may include some occasional uneven ground, grass surfaces and road crossings.
- This walk is not stroller/pram friendly.
- All children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent/carer.
- No dogs or pets.
- No smoking.
Equipment: Please bring your own water, water bottle and sunscreen.
Clothing: Must be suitable for physical activity. Hats must be worn. Bring a jacket in the event of inclement weather.
Footwear: Shoes must be sturdy, enclosed, have a non-slip sole and suitable for physical activity. Thongs, sandals and open toed shoes are not permitted.
This is an Active in Ryde program brought to you by the City of Ryde.
HSCram at Max Webber Library
Studying for the HSC? Want to excel? Get help!
Book now for HSCram. HSCram is an exam preparation workshop, and specialised small group subject specific tutoring run by The University of Sydney.
Light refreshements and snacks will be available throughout the day.
- Wednesday, 03 October 2018 | 10:00 AM – 03:30 PM
Max Webber Library, Cnr. Flushcombe Rd & Alpha Street, Blacktown 2148 View Map
Start Date & Time: Wednesday, 3 October 2018 10:00 am
End Date & Time: Friday, 5 October 2018 5:00 pm
Address: The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
Parents can kick back and relax these school holidays while the children are entertained for free in our special kids’ zone at The Concourse. Head down to the pop-up DIY Hut with different activities each day – learn to make slime, craft your own dream catcher or design a tie dye creation to take home. Drop-in sessions run throughout the day, arrive early to avoid missing out.
DIY Hut Schedule
- Slime Making: 3/10/18 11 am – 3 pm
- Tie Dying: 4/10/18 11 am – 3 pm (please BYO t-shirt to dye)
- Dream Catcher: 5/10/18 11 am – 3 pm
Get a sneak peek backstage at The Concourse dance studio and join Dance Central for awesome workshops. Learn hip hop, popping, breakdancing and other funky moves. Five 45 minute sessions run daily from 11 am – 3 pm, each featuring a different dance style. Bookings essential. Book Now >>
Each night from 6 pm
- Boss Baby – Wednesday 3 October
- Emoji Movie – Thursday 4 October
- Disney’s Descendants – Friday 5 October
The fun continues each day with live music, temporary tattoos and glitter bar, a pop-up library and special family meal deals at The Concourse restaurants. And as the sun sets experience screenings of Boss Baby, The Emoji Movie and Disney’s Descendants on the Urban Screen.
WELCOME TO YOUR PLAYGROUND.
October 9, 2018 – October 12, 2018 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Western Sydney’s biggest annual festival of food, music and art, is back with a bigger and better line-up than ever before! Over four big nights Tuesday 9 to Friday 12 October, discover the 14 themed laneways throughout the Parramatta CBD.
Think roof-top roller skating and disco classics, soul and blues bands, major hip hop vibes, art that makes you think and feel, hand crafted beers, cocktails with a twist and an epic foodie line-up like you’ve never seen before.
This year Parramatta Lanes has made a commitment reduce their single-use waste footprint. Globelet will provide all bars with reusable cups, and no single use plastic will be available on-site. That means no single use bottles will be available for purchase and no plastic straws will be handed out. Don’t forget to BYO water bottle and refill at one of the Sydney Water stations.
Discover the laneways: Visit the Parramatta Laneswebsite
Spring garden at East Village Sydney
Spring school holidays at the Ku-ring-gai Art Centre
|For :||Young children||
|Where:||Ku-ring-gai Art Centre
3 Recreation Avenue, Roseville
|Cost:||$55-$110 various classes|
Get the kids creating, learning and having fun these spring school holidays with a range of exciting and engaging activities for children 5 to 12 years old.