Free events in Dubbo, Wellington to connect young people and celebrate Youth Week | Liberal Daily


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Young people of Dubbo and Wellington, it’s time to have fun and get out of your comfort zone with two Youth Week activities brought to the region by the people of Dubbo Regional Council (DRC) in conjunction with groups young people from the local community. Dubbo Youth Interagency is hosting a free event called YouthFest on Friday 8th April from 4pm to 8.30pm at No 3 Dubbo Oval – a chance for young people to hang out with friends, have fun and celebrate Youth Week. All are welcome, and there will be live music, free haircuts until 5:30 p.m., fairy yarn, art, slushies, a photo booth, and a free sausage sizzle. In Wellington, a free event will take place on Wednesday, April 13, from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Wellington PCYC. There will be a photo booth, trike rides, bucking bull, bullet target, graffiti art, tig games, boomerang painting, live music from Millie Mills and food and drinks. free drinks. DRC youth leader Rebecca McMahon said the theme for Youth Week 2022 is “it’s up to YOU”. “At YouthFest, we showcase the opportunities that young people have here in Dubbo, including local businesses and services in Dubbo that they may not yet be aware of. The event will contain educational information regarding possible further studies and services that can offer assistance with employment or volunteer work,” said Ms. McMahon. “Youth Week events showcase the amazing regional community of Dubbo and will help to connect with the community young people. This makes it easier for young people to get involved in organizations such as the Youth Council, as they can help create these events for other young people in the community. “Remember to get as many informational brochures as possible so you can make informed decisions, but most importantly, have fun, get out of your comfort zone and enjoy the afternoon. within the framework of the organization. Youth Week is a week-long celebration held in early April each year, organized by youth, for youth, in communities across the state. If you’re between the ages of 12 and 24, Youth Week is a time to share ideas, attend live events, have your voice heard on issues that matter to you, showcase your talents and to have fun.




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