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Community Activities for Kids - Clarence Town (2321)

the Lower Hunter Valley, the Hunter Valley, New South Wales (NSW)

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    Our Community Based, fully licensed, mobile preschool visits a wide range of villages and remote areas throughout the Lower Hunter area, to ensure that all children have access to affordable, quality early childhood education. We currently have 3 vans that visit 7 venues on a weekly basis, including: Gresford, Lochinvar, Vacy, Wollombi, Millfield, East Cessnock and Gillieston Heights. Our qualified staff create a safe, caring and friendly environment, which will afford children the highest quality ... Read more care and learning opportunities that allow them to develop at their own rate. Teaching occurs through organised play activities in areas such as arts and crafts, manipulative and constructive play, language, music, maths, drama and movement

    Community Community Centres

    Inspiring families, children and communities to create positive lasting change. Child and Family Services: The Canopy provides parenting programs at various locations across Lake Macquarie and Newcastle as well as advice, information, supported playgroups and referral for families with children. Families are supported both in their homes and at various locations including Cardiff and Maryland. Community Programs: The Canopy initiates and supports community programs and projects in response ... Read more to local needs. These include community cafes, community festivals, volunteering, a food distribution program, community conversations and a quarterly community newsletter. Facilities Management: The Canopy offers community groups, residents and organisations the opportunity to hire facilities at reasonable rates. The facilities are suitable for functions, meetings, celebrations, conferences, regular activity groups and exhibitions. Locations include Cameron Park, Elermore Vale, Fletcher, Maryland, ...

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    Pottery classes Saturdays and Mondays 10am to 12noon. All ages welcome. Acrylic Painting classes Saturdays 1pm to 3pm. Most suitable for Children. Cost $20 tuition plus $5 2kg clay or canvas & paint. Tutor Helen Jackson BA Dip Ed. Swan Bay Gallery is open to the public from 9am to 4pm weekends. Relax, learn and create your own pottery, sculptures and paintings.

    Community Scouts

    Cubs & Scouts aged between 7 to 15 years old, meet each week to play and learn about bushcraft skills, helping others and being your best. Camps and other adventure activities are schedules throughout the year.

    • YWCA Centre, 24 Dawson Street (cnr Council St), Cooks Hill, NSW 2300
    • 30-40 km from Clarence Town

    Kindergym helps children from an early age to maximise their learning potential through gross motor skill development. It provides an opportunity for valuable insights into early childhood development while having lots of fun in the process. One hour sessions are conducted at the YWCA Centre on Tuesday mornings at 9.30am and 10.45am during school terms. Cost is $10 per child or $15 per family. There's no need to pre-book, just turn up and join in the fun!

    Scouts Australia NSW involves boys and girls aged 6 - 26 in the Scout Program where they engage in peer to peer mentoring and healthy, outdoor adventurous activities. Through Scouts, youth gain confidence in themselves, learn problem solving, risk management as well as life and leadership skills. They understand the importance of honesty, integrity and community service; and as a result our young people become healthy, active citizens, business leaders and role models in their local community. There ... Read more are plenty of ways adults can get involved and contribute to the positive development of young people in the Scout Program. Volunteer roles include assisting with activities, helping to fundraise, providing transport, helping with DIY jobs or gardening at the Scout Hall, assisting with food preparation and joining the Group Committee and/or assisting with administration. Adult volunteers can also choose to undertake training and become an Assistant Leader or a Leader with one of the Sections: ...

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