Goulburn PCYC School Vacation Programs Continue to be a Great Success | Goulburn Post

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Every school holiday, Goulburn PCYC has fun activities for the kids to do and this summer is no different. With a few weeks left in their vacation schedule, many memorable moments have already been created. One of those moments was when they were visited by the Big Read Bus, which was like a library on wheels. READ ALSO: Who Needs an Assistant? Banfield bucks tradition on board move Veolia Mulwaree Trust continues to support Cancer Council NSW’s Relay for Life ‘environmental disaster waiting to happen’: group calls to action Children read a story about friendships, then made bracelets friendship, paper planes and held a competition to see which plane would fly the best. Climbing and obstacle courses were among the other activities carried out. There are still plenty of activities planned for the remainder of the holiday, including self-defense and meditation, a snow hydraulic art competition, and science experiments. The cost is $ 37.50 per day and children are reminded to bring morning tea, lunch, a bottle of drink and a hat. Creative Kids vouchers are accepted but must be emailed to goulburn@pcycnsw.org.au with booking dates. For more information, click here. The activities are led by qualified coaches who have a passion for working with young people in a sporting and recreational environment. Did you know that the Goulburn Post now offers last minute alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Stay up to date with all the local news: sign up below.


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