Local Community Events
On Monday 7th October the Brumbies Kids Club will be running in Wagga!
Andy Muirhead, Darcy Swain, Mack Hansen and more from the Plus500 Brumbies are coming along with Sammi Wood, Peta Cox, Sammy Maxwell and more from the Super W Team!
The day will include lunch as well as Rugby Clinics, Give-a-ways, Face Painting, Jumping Castles and many more fun activities!
To register your kids for on $35 or 4 kids for $100, head to https://form.jotform.co/91777613963874Read More
Please see attached the flyers for School Holiday activities at the Library in the upcoming break for promotion to your families.
Storytime with Live Better at Young 10.30am. Free book for each child attending. RSVP Kim Henry 0415 115 383.
'Flossie and the Mermaid' - Storytime with Nancy Watson. Colouring-in competition for a free 'Flossie' book - stencil available at your branch library. Boorowa Fri 4/10 10.30am; Harden Tues 8/10 10.30am; Young Tues 8/10 2.30pm.
Drop in Kite Festival activity packs - drop into your branch library during opening hours for your kit in lead up to the Harden Kite Festival on 12 Oct.
Meetings are held in the ‘green room’ at Council 6 x per year and are designed to:
- Discuss and progress strategic approaches to D&FV prevention and early intervention
- Streamline referral pathways
- Identify and discuss service responses
- Coordinate a range of D&FV related activities at a local level
Some great initiatives have come directly from this meeting including informational coasters (to all local clubs/pubs), D&FV awareness events, street banners for Boorowa, Young and Harden and a D&FV Toolkit for Victims and Services.
The group takes a hands on, practical approach and we generally stick with the agenda and progress works as we go rather than working in a ‘networking’ format so no tiresome introductions or tooting of our own horns!
If this sounds like something that could be for you why not come and check out a meeting?
The next meeting is on Wednesday October 16th at 9.30am at Council
Would be lovely to see some fresh facesRead More