Get along to the Victorian FIDA Football League - Grand Final Day this Sunday 24th September.

The Victorian FIDA (Football Integration Development Association) Football League exists to provide Victorians with an intellectual disability the opportunity to participate in Australian Rules Football, at a competitive level.

Sunday 24th September

Division 4 - 10.00AM. Rupertswood Vs St Albans

Division 3 - 11.45AM. Parkside Vs Sandown

Division 2 -1.30PM. Wyndham v Ferntree Gully

Division 1 - 3.15Pm Kananook V Mount Waverley

Venue: Lower Plenty Football Club, Park Lane, Montmorency

Brought to you by AFL Victoria and F.I.D.A

The online entry closes on Monday, 2 October 2017 at 11:59 PM (GMT +11:00).

Venue: Albert Park Reserve

Address: Cnr. St. Kilda Rd & Hanna St 3004 Melbourne, VIC

Phone: 8420 8412

Email: areynolds@tennis.com.au

Website: tennis.com.au/VIC

Tournament contact

Name: Andy Reynolds

Phone: 8420 8412

Email: areynolds@tennis.com.au

Welcome to the 2017 Tennis Victoria Players with an Intellectual Disability (PWID) Tournament.

Rawcus and MSF sports warmly invites you to FANATICUS, where theatre and basketball collide into a wild and entertaining performance!

Rawcus invites young participants of all abilities and backgrounds betweeen 13 -18 years of age to express their interest in co - creating this new work with a difference. 

Workshops held at VUT Footscray on the following dates and times:

27th August, 3 & 10 September from 9.30am-12.30pm and 17th September from 9.30am - 2.30pm.

Register your place or request further information from Nilgun.

Email: rawcuspublicprogram@yahoo.com.au

Phone: 0401 141 294

Fanaticus is an accessible participatory arts opportunity, please call Nilgun to discuss your access needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A FREE come and try cricket program for children who are blind or have a vision impairment. 

When: Friday 22 September

Where: Read of Vision Australia - 454 Glenferrie Road Kooyong VIC 3144 (Victorian Blind Cricket Association Grounds)

Time: 10:30am - 2:30pm

Age: 6-16 

Contact: Rod Pritchard 0401 718 926 prichardrojo@bigblue.net.au

Deaf Netball Victoria is currently conducting trials for the upcoming Australian Deaf Games in Albury, January 2018.

The remainind date for the trial is

-Sun 13th August, 8:00am – 10:00am

This Trial will be held at State Netball Hockey Centre, Brens Dve Parkville

For more information, please email Prudence, treasurer@deafnetballvictoria.org.au or connect via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/deafnetball.victoria

 

Do you want to play tennis?
Have you ever wanted to play tennis in your local area? Then why not come along and join our modified tennis program.
Following on from Scope’s Get Active health and wellbeing program, Tennis Victoria have partnered with Scope to deliver a fully inclusive version of tennis with the help of coaches from On Point Tennis, Green Gully.
The program caters to all abilities with qualified coaches to help you to learn and develop your skills.
It’s a great way to meet new friends, keep active, and more importantly have fun!

When: 11th October - 22nd November 2017

TimeTen A M to Eleven Thirty A M

Where: Green Gully Reserve - Green Gully Road, Keilor Downs, VIC 3173

RSVP: Wednesday 27th September 2017

Gymnastics Victoria and Special Olympics have partnered to bring Special Olympics Gymnastics to young people living with disabilities in the Mordialloc area.These gymnastics classes will be starting up in July and running through to Sepetmber 2017.

Two programs will be on offer one for 3-6 year olds, and one for 5-8 year olds.

Please note you must register your interest in you would like to get involved,

Please call Kaye or Rebecca at Mordialloc Community Centre on 9580 3675 or email manager@mordicc.org.au

Special Olympics Gymnastics provides people with intellectual disabilities with the opportunity to develop their physical fitness, strength, balance, flexibility, coordination and confidence.Gymnastics is a fantastic community sport that offers socail inclusion,leadership opportunities and the chance to make lasting freindships.Participants can begin their gymnaastics patheway by developing key life skills including movement, communication and social interaction,

The pathwaycontinues for those aiming to be more active or aspiring to compete against their peers on a national world stage . The special olympics program includes mens,womens and rhythmic gymnastics and can be tailored to individual goals.

 

Feel the beat and get lost in the music at this all-inclusive, slower paced, low impact Zumba class. 

Moves adapted to ensure fun and involvement – a great way to be active whilst having fun and enjoying the music. 

Promotes self- esteem, confidence, co-ordination and creativity. 

Let loose and achieve your health goals like never before! 

Wear comfortable shoes and clothing you can easily move in. Mondays commencing 8 May for 7 sessions 1.00pm – 1.45pm Cost: $42 or $6 per session

 

*Bookings Essential*

Contact Outlook Community Centre to make a booking  

Phone: 5940 4728  Email: communitycentre@outlookvic.org.au

Website: www.outlookvic.org.au Address: 24 Toomuc Valley Road, Pakenham

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9.00am-4.00pm

Ice Sports Victoria is proudly supporting the ADF Ice Hockey Association at it's Come & Try Sled Hockey event!

When:  Friday 16 June

Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm.

Where: O'Brien Group Arena 

- No experience necessary and everyone is welcome!

 

BAM Allstars presents... Grounded!

The Adventures of Angus and Lucy

When: Sunday 18 June 2017 at 2:00 pm

Where: Frankston Arts Centre

Cost: $15 Tickets

Contact: Box Office on 9784 1060

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