Homeschooling circus class meets on Wednesdays during school terms, 10-12 at Leura Catholic Church Hall.
It is suitable for 6 years and older.
Various trainers run acro, clowning and prop workshops. We provide hula hoops, spinning plates, circus sticks, diablo and juggling balls, scarves and clubs.
Cost is $10.
For more info call Therese on 0411 981 540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Riv Kids – “Offering friendship and fun for home-educated children”
Here is the program for term 4 at Riv Kids. Riv Kids meet Fridays 10 am – 12 noon at Mt Riv Community Hall.
For details download pdf here Riv Kids 2009 Term 4 program.
More information about Riv Kids available in our ‘Local Groups’ section Riv Kids.
Join with us to celebrate the end of the first Hub term with an end of year African celebration program. All welcome!
For three weeks we will extend on some of the highlights of the African Program and explore some fun new areas all building to an end of year celebration. Don’t worry if you missed the earlier African program, now is your chance to join in the fun!
Download the pdf of the full program here ‘The Hub’ End of Year Program
More information about ‘The Hub’ available in the ‘Local Groups’ section of the BMHEN site http://bmhen.org/groups/the-hub/
When: Thursdays 2.30-3.30pm during term time
Where: The park at Mt Riverview Community Hall
Who: Konfident Kids is a gross motor, multi-sports program for approx 4-9 year olds.
The program was developed by a multi-disciplinary team including occupational therapists, teachers, physios. See: More information at http://www.konfidentkids.com.au/
More info available from Jenny at email@example.com.
When: Mondays 12noon – 1pm… Commencing Term 4 (Mon 26 Oct)
Where: Boatshed at Penrith Regatta Centre
Cost: $8 per child
Who: Lessons are for all ages – they are happy and willing to put any age out for a sail as long as they have a life-jacket to fit …the youngest is for 18month-2 year old! Parents will be encouraged to join in as well and learn some skills to help out the volunteers.
The aim will be for the children to get to a stage of being able to sail on the lake independently – with help just a rescue motor-boat away!
If you are interested please let me know. There is plenty of room under shade-sail for littlies to run around. Spaces are limited – hoping for a group of about 15.
More information at http://www.sailabilitypenrithlakes.org.au/index.html