Are you looking for something fun and exciting to entertain your children this school holidays?
The Esperance One and All Community Program is back and better than ever with nine free activities these School Holidays.
Individuals of all ages and abilities can try their hand at cricket, squash, badminton and table tennis; test their navigation with Beach Investigator and show off their creative flair with Brick Club, a Prop Making Workshop and Samba Drumming.
The program has been running since 2013 and this is the 19th program since then.
They have been run during school holidays and it is proudly supported by Escare, Shire of Esperance, BOICO, Esperance Community Arts, South Coast Natural Resource Management and Cliffs.
The Esperance One and All Community Program is all about making sport and recreation fun through a variety of activities, games and challenges.
Activities run from September 26 to October 3.
Come dressed to participate and remember to slip, slop, slap.
There will be water for everyone and some healthy snacks.
Shire President Victoria Brown said the activities were a fun way for anyone to try something new.
“I’d like to thank the community groups and sporting clubs who are hosting activities,” Ms Brown said.
Club Development Officer Shane Tobin said the program was a great way for participants of all ages and abilities to have a go, maybe try something new and meet new people.
“It is also a great way for clubs and community groups to promote what they do and even get a new member or two whilst supporting our community,” Mr Tobin said.
“The activities are all about being inclusive so that anyone can participate. So come down and get involved in one or all of the activities.”
You can register for activities now, or sign up on the day.
There will also be activities at the Esperance Public Library and the Bay of Isles Leisure Centre these school holidays.
You can print a bookmark in the afternoon next September 27, or join in Storytime on September 28 at 10.30 am at the library.
There will be inflatables up Monday to Friday from 12-2pm at the leisure centre and the Esperance Museum is open every day 1.30-4.30pm.