16-18's Alcohol Free Dance Party

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  • Location: The Wharf Tavern, Mooloolaba, Not Assigned 0000 Queensland




Alcohol Free Dance Party series - back at The Wharf Tavern in 2006


The first 16-18 years Dance Party for 2006 will be held at The Wharf Tavern on WEDNESDAY, 3rd May.  Community Solutions Inc. and The Wharf Tavern are once again teaming up to provide a safe and supervised series of Dance Parties for young people on the Sunshine Coast at one of the Coast's best party venues.  


The Wharf Tavern will be fully supervised and will not serve alcohol at the event. The Dance Party will run from 7.00pm-11.00pm with no "pass-outs".  It's a special event for 16-18 year olds only - so make sure you bring along your PHOTO ID's for entry. 


Tickets cost $10 and are available now at the following outlets:


   Kawana Shoppingworld Information Desk, Nicklin Way, Kawana

   Deep Blue Surf, Mooloolaba International


Tickets will also be available at the door.


The aim of these Dance Parties is to provide quality and safe entertainment for young people on the Sunshine Coast.


Shayne Will from Community Solutions Inc. said, "This is a fantastic way for young people on the Sunshine Coast to party safely with friends! The Dance Parties are fully supervised, well supported and offer an alternative for young people who are looking for something different and exciting to do with their friends."


Community Solutions Inc's Underage Dance Parties are supported by the Management of Public Intoxication Program, Department of Communities - Queensland State Government.


For further information, contact Shayne Will at Community Solutions Inc. on 5493 7249.

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The Wharf Tavern, Mooloolaba, Not Assigned

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