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Grasshopper Soccer we run non- competitive soccer programs for 8 weeks per school term teaching children from 2 to 12 years new skills, helping them to gain confidence and make new friends. With the focus on Fun and Participation, help your child to enjoy all the benefits of outdoor activity from the early stages right through to the 'Big Game' in the latter years.We also...Read more
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Thanks Andrew and team, Sebastian really enjoyed being part of Grasshopper Soccer team. Every Sunday he was so happy to go to his soccer classes to play. He got to learn about team work and also enjoy playing and sharing with friends. We will miss you. You meant a lot to Sebastian and to us as well. We would never forget the Grasshopper Team.
Girl Guides Australia is one of the largest organisations in Australia for girls and young women. Mawson Lakes Girl Guides was established in April 2011 to provide girls from 5-14 to have fun, mix with other girls their own age, learn about leadership and contribute to their local community.Read more
The Legion of Frontiesmen, Australia Command Inc., is also known as Legion Cadets and is an independent cadet unit which caters for children aged 9 to 18.
We offer Discipline with Fun
Search & Rescue Techniques
Anzac Eve Youth Vigil/ Remembrance Day Services
We currently have 4 locations in Adelaide:
Fort Nyangao...Read more
Overall rating: 5.0
Great Alternative Youth Program
I have had the pleasure to be involved with this organisation for over 5 years.
Seeing young children grow into well adjusted adults.
With 4 Camps covering Adelaide there is sure to be one close to those in Adelaide.
With this Cadet Unit accepting Children from 8 to 18 years with disabilities not a problem (carers may be required to stay during activities).
Learning mateship, tolerance, discipline, history and more.
Wish my son was told about this when he was young.
Pepper Street Arts Centre is a lively arts environment supporting creative endeavour and excellence, promoting arts appreciation and education, and providing for social engagement across the artistic and wider community.
Formerly the Magill School, the Pepper Street Arts Centre is part of the City of Burnside's cultural program.
Entry is free and the ambience is friendly!
The Centre Offers:
Exhibitions held monthly
Gift Shop offering high quality work from SA artists and craftsworkers
Welcome to the Gifted and Talented Children’s Association of South Australia!
GTCASA is a volunteer organisation committed to enhancing the social, emotional and intellectual development of children and adolescents with high intellectual potential.
We organise events for gifted children, their carers and teachers.
Forthcoming events include:
Saturday Club activities for children:
Art, Illustration and Writing workshops in May and June 2015
Geology in November and December...Read more
Welcome to The Hut Community Centre. We are a centre with a passion for the Adelaide Hills having been initially established literally from the roots up in a ‘hut’ in Stirling. Currently we have over 230 volunteers providing financial and social support, education, fun and fitness activities to support the Hills community.
We offer a range of support services, including financial assistance, that can assist in times of need. Contact us if you, or someone you know needs some support to get through...Read more
Chess School SA is a leading provider of chess coaching services in Adelaide, South Australia.
Chess Services We Provide:
Chess coaching in Adelaide for schools
Chess Incursions or one-day Workshops for country schools
Running interschool chess competitions
Private chess lessons at the students home or by Skype.
Chess club for kids: real life and onlineRead more
3rd Goodwood Scouts and 3rd Goodwood Guides meet and work from their hall at
51 Frederick St Clarence Park.
Scouts are in 3 sections starting at
Age 6 - Joeys (6-7), Cubs (8-10) and Scouts (11-14),
with Venturers (15-17) and Rovers (18-26) also available for older ages.
Guides are similarly available for a range of ages.
Activities include weekly meetings, mostly in our hall, plus weekend camps and other activities, including combined district and state-wide activities as well as the Jamborees....Read more
Overall rating: 4.0
3rd Goodwood is ideal for families with some children preferring Scouts and some preferring Guides. The annual fees are kept low by our fund-raising efforts including bottle drives and BBQs.
Movement training space for classes and open training. We run workshops and can travel to teach.
Parkour, martial arts (Shaolin Kung Fu), Fire spinning, Circus, Acrobatics, Aerial, Callisthenics, fitness, strength and above all, movement!Read more
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A playgroup for the local community, with over 50 families as members. A great chance to get together with other families in the area. Fantastic facilities inside with a safe playground outside.
The Old Cottage Playgroup is run by a dedicated group of volunteer mums and dads who attend the centre. Their passion, hard-work and dedication, ensures the centre remains open to benefit our community.Read more
Taekwondo is more than just a sport, it’s a discipline for success in life. The relationship between student and a master at Wylie Taekwondo is a sacred one, with benefits reach-ing far beyond the four walls of the dojo. Most students will report it
can infiltrate every area of your life. Here we have listed 7 key life benefits of choosing
Have you ever taken your kids along to your local community centre? If not, check it out today - community organisations often run events and programmes at these venues which are low cost and designed to support the well being and enjoyment of families and their kids. Your kids can participate in lots of good causes as well as making friends and having a great time!
Let your kids enjoy a new activity that will motivate them to participate in community safety! PCYC or Police Citizens Youth Clubs for kids in Australia gives the youth opportunities through recreational and educational programs.
Is your kid a budding leader? Then he might be interested in becoming a youth cadet!<br><br>A cadet is a trainee to become a volunteer military officer. Cadet trainees learn about military life, physical and mental skills, drills and ceremonies, and proper military etiquette. Cadet training does not require trainees to pursue a military career; but it provides them with skills to become efficient leaders and better citizens.
Let your kids serve the community while serving the Church by thinking and living like Christ!<br><br>Boys Brigade History - The Boys Brigade is a Christian youth organisation founded in 1883 by Sir William Alexander Smith. It was founded on two pillars of Religion and Discipline and is set up to develop Christian manliness by using semi-military discipline, gymnastics, summer camps, and religious services. The first Boys Brigade in Australia was formed in Melbourne in 1890. As of now, there are approximately 500,000 Boys Brigade members in 60 countries.<br><br>The Boys Brigade Object is “The promotion of habits of Obedience, Discipline, Self-Respect, and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness”, and its motto is ?Sure and Stedfast”, derived from Hebrews 6:19 of the Bible: “Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast?” it pursues to provide a meaningful and enjoyable program that will balance the educational, physical, social, and spiritual areas of the members' life. It aims lead them into a healthy life dedicated to God?s service by leading a sound Christian lifestyle.
Make a great leader out of your kids!<br><br>Scouts Australia is a youth organisation for kids and young adults aged 6 to 26. It is part of the worldwide Scouting movement. Scouting was founded in Australia in 1908 by Lord Baden-Powell. Before it used to be just for boys, but starting 1971, they have also been accepting girls.<br><br>Cub Scouts, or Cubs, is part of Scouts Australia. It includes boys and girls cubs aged 7 ® to 11. A group of cubs is called a pack, made up of 20 cub scouts or less. The uniforms of the cubs in Australia are navy blue short sleeved shirts with yellow collar, sleeves, and shoulders.
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