Youth ready to roll with events
IT is time to celebrate all things youth and AJ Duncan and Noel Stockwell can’t wait until it rolls in.
Youth Ambassador AJ and Noel are excited for the next trip around the district exploring the region’s skate parks.
“It’s just so much fun and you get to meet all new people,” Noel said.
Southern Downs Regional Councillor Bonita Tyler said it was set to be another great week with plenty of youth events on the calendar.
“It’s a real mixture of arts and culture this year, we are doing the traditional skate tour including BMX riders, film workshops and the BASS-SD,” Ms Tyler said.
“It is about showcasing young people’s talent in regards to music and film.
“We want to try and offer something affordable to celebrate.”
Youth Week 2010 events
In the Bin short film workshops
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 8 to 10 from 9am to 5pm.
Must book for this event, which costs $50.
Short Film Festival
Saturday, April 10 from 6pm to 10pm at Warwick State High School hall with a free entry fee.
Southern Downs Skate and BMX Tour
First pick-up – Warwick Skate Park at 8am.
Second pick-up – Stanthorpe Skate Park at 8.45am.
Third pick-up – Killarney Skate Park at 11am.
Fourth pick-up – Allora Skate Park at 2pm.
Final Arrival – Warwick Skate Park at 3pm.
BASS-SD Live Youth Concert Stanthorpe
Sunday, April 11 from noon to 6pm at Weeroona Park, Stanthorpe.
Bus departs from Warwick High at 11am and returns by 7.30pm for $5 with free concert entry.
BASS-SD Live Youth Concert Warwick
Friday, April 23 from 5pm to 10pm at WIRAC, Palmerin Street.
For more information on the events and booking a spot for one of the events get in quick and contact Southern Downs Regional Council Youth Worker Bonita Tyler on 4661 7166.