Parents and caregivers, are you already planning for the school holidays? Not sure what to do with your kids?
Bring your kids along to the FREE active fun day for kids at the University of the Sunshine Coast's new Indoor Sports Stadium on Wednesday 9 April. The day is all about showcasing the sports and activities in the local area and providing kids with the opportunity to have a go for FREE. Children are invited to join in the many ½ hr clinics being held by local clubs and organisations throughout the day.
Children can 'come and try' pole vaulting, high jumping, long jump and sprints with Alana Boyd who has been selected in the Australian Olympic Team. Other activities on offer during the day include Basketball, Tennis, Karate, Kickboxing, Sports Aerobics, Cheer Leading, Yoga for Kids, Cycling skills, AFL, Wheelchair Basketball, Futsal and Badminton. The day will also feature some sport aerobic and cheerleading displays, youth bands, musicians and the Landsborough State School Kids in Khaki Choir.
Children from 5 through to 15 are welcome to come and enjoy a day full of FREE 'Come and Try' activities and displays by local clubs and organisations. Registration starts at 9am and Steve Dickson MP, the member for Kawana and Beijing Olympian Alana Boyd will open the day at 10am. Activities start at 10:30am and finish at 3pm.
All children who participate in the day will also receive a gift bag that includes stickers, brochures and a FREE copy of the book "Keeping Kids Active: Sunshine Coast". "Keeping Kids Active" - the entertainment, sports and leisure bible for parents - is perfect for locals, newly arrived families or those heading to the Sunshine Coast for their holidays. The book is 384 pages chocked full of activities for kids on the Sunshine Coast of all AGES, for all BUDGETS, INTERESTS and ABILITIES. Discover new parks, beaches, sports, and activities right here on the Coast, and face these holidays and future holidays armed with a new adventure for every day!
Children need to come dressed ready for activity - sports shoes and socks are a must, as well as hats and sunscreen. Food and drinks will be available for purchase on the day - with Glenview Primary School operating a Smart Choices canteen, and Chancellor State College music students manning the Sausage Sizzle.
The Come and Try day is proudly presented by The Healthy Schools Pathways Group and supported by the Queensland Government's Eat Well Be Active campaign and Keeping Kids Active.
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