What’s happening in January for teens and young adults

Published on 12 December 2018

Ku-ring-gai Council’s youth centres have lots of fun planned for the holiday season. 

The Council’s youth centres at St Ives and Gordon will have events happening between 15 and 24 January, ranging from putt-putt golf through to the highly sought after certificate in first aid course.

City Golf Gordon will be the venue for a putt-putt day on 15 January between 10am and 12 noon, followed by a BBQ lunch back at Gordon AWOL youth centre next to Gordon Library. Bookings are essential as spots are limited.

Also at Gordon, the centre will host a favourite movie starting at 10am on 16 January. Light snacks will be provided.

At St Ives, try bubble soccer on 22January between 10am and 2pm.. Bubble soccer is the ideal contact sport that’s all about doing anything within your power to stop your opponent from scoring a goal. Tackle, body slam, roll around - you name it, the bubbles keep it fun and safe.

Free BBQ get-togethers will be running every week at St Ives and Gordon youth centres. Come along and enjoy a free sausage sizzle and get info from friendly staff about some of the services available for teens and young adults.

Back by popular demand, the highly sought after First Aid course for young people aged 12 -24years is on for one day on 23 January. The $90 course provides young people with the skills to administer first aid in a variety of everyday life situations. Bookings are essential as spaces are limited.

For more information about the events and to book visit www.kmc.nsw.gov.au/youthevents Or contact the youth services team on 9424 0981 or youth@kmc.nsw.gov.au


Media enquiries: Sally Williams 9424 0982 or sawilliams@kmc.nsw.gov.au