Council provides a range of events and programs for local young people aged between 12-24 years old. These include:
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Ashfield Youth are on Facebook. Get online to connect with other young folks and find out what's happening in Ashfield. Learn about workshops being offered, upcoming events and have a say.
School Holiday Programs run during the School Holidays. There are four school holiday programs during the year.
The next school holiday programs coming up include:
Autumn Program: April 2016 - celebrating Youth Week
It's official! The Skate Park at Darrell Jackson Gardens is open after major upgrades carried out by Ashfield Council.
Ashfield Council re- launched the Skate Park on Sunday 11 October 2015 with a skate competition, a graffiti art demo, entertainment from the Street University, and stallholding from Headspace Ashfield, Ashfield Local Area Command, and the Ashfield Youth Advisory Committee.
Street University has come to Ashfield!
Check out urban learning workshops for young people 12- 25.
School's on! Term 1, 2016 kicks off with Hip Hop Dance and Street Art, every Thursday until March 31
Heads Up! Runs over the school term and is a program of FREE activities and workshops for 12- 24 year olds who live, study, work, or volunteer in and around the Ashfield Local Government Area.
Heads Up! is about giving young people opportunities to have fun, develop new hobbies, have a space to hang out, and meet other young people.
Skilled up! is a program of FREE activities and workshops for 12- 24 year olds who live, study, work, or volunteer in and around the Ashfield Local Government Area. Skilled up! is about providing opportunities for young people to learn something new for work or training purposes.
Are you a parent or carer who is teaching someone how to drive? Come along to this free workshop to learn all the simple steps on how to teach a learner driver. The workshop cover the laws and limits for L and P Plate Holders, how to use the log book as well as tips and tricks on making lessons count. Because teaching someone to drive can be a happy experience
Date: Wednesday May 18th 2016
Venue: Headspace Ashfield,
Basement Level of Ashfield Civic Centre
260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield
Light refeshments will be served
Materials and resources included
Book now: Bookings are available on Eventbrite. Click here
Contact: Call Ashfield Council for any enquiries. Phone 9716 1843
This workshop is presented by the Roads and Maritime Services in partnership with Ashfield Council.
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