Como Secondary College
NAIDOC Celebration Day and Youth Festival
Date: Tuesday, 4 July 2017, 10am to 8pm
Venue: 78 Champion Centre & Bob Blackburn Reserve
NAIDOC event 10am – 3pm & Youth Festival 3 – 8pm
Champion Drive & Challis Road, Seville Grove
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Join us to celebrate our local indigenous cultures with lots of music, entertainment and activities for the entire family. This year the City is also partnering with Brothaboy to host a NAIDOC Youth Festival on the same day.
The 2017 theme, Our Languages Matter, celebrates the preservation and revitalisation of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages – the original language of this nation.
There will be special performance by local artists, activity hubs for children and youth, information stalls, giveaways and a free sausage sizzle.
FATHERING PROJECT TIPS:
Engage in the activity.
Make eye contact and really pay attention to what is going on.
Put your phone away and put work out of your mind during the time you are at your child’s activity.
Really focus on them.
Be there mentally, not just physically.
Take some time before you get home to write down work issues to attend to later so you can focus on your kids when you get home.
Some videos from Justin Langer & Adam Gilchrist on raising children:
FIRST AID DEMO FOR PARENTS
Wednesday 2nd August 2017, 9.30am – 11.30am
Cost: $20 per participant
WHWS Meeting Room, 2232 Albany Highway
FIRST AID DEMO FOR PARENTS
A pre-payment is required to book your place. A minimum of 10 enrolled participants is required for this course to proceed.
DEBT PREVENTION & ASSISTANCE WITH CHILDCARE FEES
Tuesday 20 June, 11.30am – 12.30pm
Thornlie Public Library Address: 1 Culross Avenue, Thornlie
Telephone: 9251 8750 Email: Library_queries@gosnells.wa.gov.au
Fees: This is a free event, refreshments will be provided and bookings are essential.
Are you struggling to make ends meet? Overwhelmed by financial stress?
Erika from the Department of Human Services will provide some very important information.
Come along to this presentation and learn more about family debt prevention.
You’ll also gain further knowledge on assistance with childcare fees.
WONDERS OF THE WORLD- LEGO EXHIBITION
Thursday, 22nd June to Sunday, 30th July
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mounts Bay Road
Cost: Early bird tickets from $20
ONE WORD FOR SNOW
Snow Day 2: Wednesday 21 June.
Possible snowfall near and around the central and east CBD.
Part of the Winter Arts Festival, and capturing the absurdity and joy of snow in Perth, Amy Perejuan-Capone’s project One Word For Snow will be popping up in various locations throughout the City over the next month.
Snow Day 3: Monday 3 July. Possible snowfall within laneways, arcades and balconies around the central and west CBD.
Snow Day 4: Friday 7 July. Possible snowfall near and around Elizabeth Quay and Stirling Gardens.