Ballarat Community Notices - September 15, 2017
Ballarat Lawn Tennis Club
Bored, nothing to do over the weekends? Why not give tennis a go. The Ballarat Lawn Tennis Club is organising a tennis competition on a Saturday morning starting October 14 at 9:00 am. The competition has modified rules and is aimed to suit players of all levels and ages from beginners to the better players, if your child is interested in starting to play tennis then this is for them. The Ballarat Lawn Tennis Club is in the Prince of Wales Park, next to the Aquatic Centre. Enquiries contact Jenny on 0408 735 068.
Ballarat Bicycle Collection Day
On Thursday October 5, unwanted bicycles will be collected in Ballarat as a way of empowering communities abroad by delivering these bikes to underprivileged areas. For more information, contact Jamie Chan on 0431 874 968 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/B4HMelbourne/ or visit our website at http://www.bicyclesforhumanity.com/melbourne/
YMCA Ballarat Spring Holiday Program
The YMCA Ballarat is running a Spring Holiday Program over the next school holiday break with plenty of interesting activities, excursions and workshops to keep children busy, engaged and active during the break. More information including the full program of activities and booking details is available on their website at http://ballarat.ymca.org.au/what-we-do/childservices/OSHC/Pages/School-Holiday-Program.aspx or families can contact the YMCA on 5329 2800.
Aspire Judo Academy
Aspire Judo Academy is inviting families to hit the mat with them and discover the benefits of judo. As well as a fun workout, judo provides skills for life through its emphasis on values such as frienship, respect, sincerity, self-control, honour and courage. Aspire Judo Academy is located in Delacombe and for more details, contact 0400 877 691, email email@example.com or find them on Facebook or their website www.ballaratjudoclub.com