Youth Associations for Kids - Franklin (2913)

the Gungahlin Region, Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

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    Girl Guides is the largest movement in the world for girls. There are 10 million Guides around the world, and tens of thousands in Australia. Girls aged between 5 and 18 years have fun and learn skills that develop their self-confidence and community responsibility. Leadership opportunities exist for women over 18 years of age. In addition to these opportunities, young women aged between 18 and 30 years can participate in guiding through the Olave Program. When a girl becomes a Guide, she make a ... Read more Promise, which recognises that she is a member of a community and should have respect for herself and others. For more details about Guiding, read the Introduction to Guiding from Guides NSW/ACT which can be found on our website

    The Brindabella Physical Culture Club prides itself on being a friendly club that promotes fun through dance and exercise in a caring environment. From beginners classes to fun and fitness classes to challenging routines for experienced performers. Brindabella Physical Culture Club meets in the dance studios at Cook Community Hall, Cook. We are always pleased to welcome new families, with girls from at 3 to 63! Physie is affordable for all families! If you would like to see any information ... Read more regarding fees, class timetables please head to put website. Every new enquiry receive the first two lessons FREE! Contact us today to find out about our offer with no obligation to join

    Canberra Youth Theatre (CYT) was established in 1972 and is a nationally recognised not for profit youth arts company which creates and promotes theatre with young people that is inspirational, enriching, collaborative and innovative. Canberra Youth Theatre is proudly supported by its members, the ACT Government through artsACT and the ACT Health Promotions Grant Program, and the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. What do we do? CYT provides ... Read more young people ages 7-25 with the opportunity to explore, extend and develop their creativity through theatre/drama workshops and productions. Young people work with emerging and professional artists to unleash their imaginations in order to create exciting, fun and challenging theatre.

    Marymead is passionate about providing innovative, quality services for children and young people aged up to 25 years, and their families, during times of need.

    The Canberra Police Community Youth Club (PCYC) has been involved in the Canberra community for over 50 years. Providing opportunities for change for young people from all backgrounds. As the organisation has evolved it has learnt that to create true change you need to work on psychical health , fitness while also addressing a person’s mental and emotional wellbeing. Canberra PCYC provides a number of programs and activities across the ACT. All programs and activities aim to promote positive futures ... Read more for all through: well being, belonging, respect, engagement, and commitment. All programs are underpinned by our youth at risk and crime diversion strategy. The Canberra PCYC has a three-layered approach: