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National Youth Week In North Lakes!

By Sophie Anderson

Next week North Lakes and the Moreton Bay Region will be celebrating Youth Week! Lots of activities will be taking place during youth week for anyone between the ages of 12-25 years young! The national Youth week starts on the 8th April 2016 and ends on the 17th April. The first night of Youth Week will be held at The Space in North Lakes on the 7th April 4.00pm-8.00pm. The Moreton Bay Regional Council Mayor is encouraging all young people to participate in activities on offer.

“2016 sees such a diverse program of events and exciting opportunities for our young people to take part in their favourite activities and even try new ones with friends, showcase their talents and express their ideas. This year’s theme is ‘Be the Future’ – and that is ultimately what our young people of today will be tomorrow”. the Mayor said.

Water sports will also be included in the list of activities (stand-up paddle boarding, windsurfing and kitesurfing) at Bells Beach. Caboolture will be hosting a Street art project workshop and there will also be a female rugby competition on the 17th April.

This event is a great opportunity to celebrate the young people of the Moreton Bay Region and to acknowledge their contribution to every aspect of community life. For more information click here. For full details of times and events click here.

Source

www.northlakes.com.au
www.moretonbay.qld.gov.au

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