Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) for Kids - Loganholme (4129)

the Logan Region, Queensland (QLD)

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Welcome to the Game
We love sport. All sports. Welcome to the Game connects sports clubs with new members of its community. We are dedicated to creating meaningful connections between refugee and migrant youths and their local communities through sport. We have a number of sports programs and teams that operate all over Brisbane. Our program includes opportunities in futsal, AFL, soccer, netball, volleyball, girls exercise groups and basketball. We are always looking for clubs and young people to get involved and help ...
Lang Park Pcyc
PCYC Lang Park is a community not-for-profit Deductable gift registered charity which is run in partnership with the Qld Police Service. Our club has two Police Officers who are involved in the management of the club and the delivery of crime prevention programs with at-risk young people and in local schools. The club offers a full gym with numerous fitness classes including Spin, Pilates, Morning Fit Camp, Over Fifties Fitness classes, Fitness Fever Circuit classes. As well as these we offer under ...

Other Community Activities for Kids - in and around Loganholme (4129) (within 5km)

Other Community Activities for Kids - greater than 5km from Loganholme (4129)

Ashton Rodriguez Training Centre
Ever wanted to run away and join the circus? Well, now you can! The performers from the Ashton Circus family are taking a break from their circus acts and are heading over to Ashton Rodriguez Training Centre at the Logan Metro Sports Centre to teach some of the skills that have been passed down to them through generations of rich circus heritage, for over a 160 years. Circus skills assist both children and adults with coordination, strength, balance, fitness, confidence and working within a team. ...
When we say ‘adventure’, we’re not just talking about the awesome range of outdoor activities that Scouts offers! In fact, ‘adventure’ can mean any exciting, novel or unusual experience, and Scouts offers such a huge range of opportunities that there’s always something new to try. And you can join at any age from 6 upwards! Scouts are separated into age-based Sections – Joey Scouts (6-7), Cub Scouts (*8-10), Scouts (*11-14), Venturer Scouts (*15-17) and Rover Scouts (18-25), with each ...

437 Hellawell Rd, PO Box 354, Sunnybank Hills, QLD 4109 10-25 km from Loganholme

Autism Queensland provides targeted services to Queenslanders of all ages with ASD and their families. We offer early intervention services throughout Queensland and from our centres in Brisbane, Gladstone, Rockhampton, Mackay and Cairns; school-age outreach visits across Queensland and a post-school program for 16-24 year old in Brisbane. We also operate two independent, autism-specific schools in Brisbane at Sunnybank and Brighton. We also offer school holiday & sibling programs throughout the ...

PO Box 1077, Oxley, QLD 4075 10-25 km from Loganholme

BPAC is the leading Dance Challenge in Australia offering fabulous Scholarships to Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Musical Theatre students as well as student choreographers. There is also group events available with access, for all participants, to attend industry workshops with Current Performing Arts Industry professionals. It is an annual event held at St John's Anglican College, Forest Lake in Brisbane. Visit our website at for further information for this year.
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Cnr Mannington Rd & Chifley St, Acacia Ridge, QLD 4110 10-25 km from Loganholme

Excellent Child Care at YMCA CCC

30-08-2013

My child (11mths) just spent her first 3 days at this child care centre. The staff are fantastic and so professional and so caring. I wouldn't send my daughter anywhere else - this is a fantastic centre. I looked at a lots of other centres and this one really stood out as high quality care - the building might be older then some of the newer centres but the staff are just so good which is what counts. They also have a chef that cooks the food fresh on site every day and there's a lot of room for the children to play and good programming. I remember a parent talking to me in the carpark raving about how good this centre was when I first went for a look and now I see why.

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