The AFL Victoria School Holiday Program introduces both boys and girls who are turning 5 and turning no older than 12 in the year they register to the basic skills of Australian Football.

It builds on the skills of children who have already been introduced to the game and also teaches children with limited to no experience of Australian Football to the skills of the game. NO experience is necessary; this is the perfect place to give it a try.

The program is a fun and inclusive program for boys and girls and includes skill development, fun activities, minor games and modified games. The holiday program provides a fun, exciting and safe environment for children to develop their skills whilst interacting with others.

The program is delivered by Level 1 accredited coaches, with a coaching ratio of no more than 20 participants per coach.

Modified program options:

Access All Abilities Holiday Program *See Venue Map for available locations and for Session Information. (Subject to numbers)

Girls Only Groups *Available at all Metropolitan Melbourne Programs. (Subject to numbers)

Duration:

Holiday Programs run from 9:00am - 3:00pm. The Basic Holiday Program is run as a single day program. 

Modified Programs may vary, please see specific location for session details.

There are 2 Holiday Program options available at a variety of locations, please see options below for further details. Please note that NOT all options are available at all locations, please see specific location for further details.

What to bring:

AFL Victoria advise participants to wear comfortable clothing as they will be involved in physical activity during the program as they learn and further develop their skills in Australian Football.

Most people will wear a pair of football boots, as well as football socks, shorts and a jumper however if you are just starting out wear something comfortable. Why not wear your favourite AFL team Jumper?

*Please note that some Holiday Programs will be held at indoor venues to allow for extreme weather conditions, you will be notified of this on the website and prior to the program. Children attending indoors sessions MUST bring runners/sneakers to participate as no foobtall boots will be able to be worn indoors.

Children should bring a drink bottle, snacks and lunch as food and drink will not be provided. Children are encouraged not to share food and drink on the day for health and safety reasons.

 

For more information please visit: http://aflvicholidayprograms.com.au/theprogram.html

Hume's new inclusive community placespace!

Where: Livvi’s Place @ Craigieburn ANZAC Park
Aitken Boulevard, Craigieburn

When: Sunday, 19 March 2017

Time: 10.30am-2pm
(Official proceedings start at 11am)

Free family activities and entertainment
Tile painting - Sausage sizzle - Giveaways

 

Camp Open Training Session Times

Friday 3rd March: 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Saturday 4th March: 2.30pm to 4.30pm, premium session (free entry to NPL match for AAA programs available, contact FFV to register)

Saturday 4th March: 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Sunday 5th March: 9am to 10.30am

 

 

 

Little Athletics Victoria welcomes children of all abilities to compete at Centre, Region and State competitions. We aim to provide an inclusive environment in which barriers to involvement are removed and all people with a disability feel welcome and comfortable to participate.

Centre Competitions

Athletes with a disability will often be fully integrated into the standard program. Discuss with your local Centre regarding their program and facilities and whether modifications may need to or can be made to suit the requirements of your child. Use our Find a Centre resource.

Region Championships

Any athlete is permitted to enter their Region Championships as an able bodied athlete as long as they meet event participation requirements.

There will be no Multi-Class specific events held at Region Championships.

LAVic Multi-Class Invitational Event

  • Little Athletics Victoria host an invitational event for Multi-Class athletes. This event is not a State Championship, but will be held on the same day & venue as the Championships.

  • Classifications are not required for Little Athletics.

  • Results will be recorded for athletes but they will not be adjusted according to their disability (using the MDS table) and medals will not be awarded.

  • The focus of this event is participation and allowing athletes with a disability to compete with other like athletes.

  • Following the event, each athlete will receive a certificate listing their results. Results will also be available via our website's 'Live Results'.

  • Direct entry to this Championship will be permitted, with no participation requirements or cost to the athlete.

  • This event is open to all athletes regardless of whether they are LAVic registered.

  • Events offered will be 100m, 800m, Long Jump and Discus.

  • All events will be held on Saturday 11th March at Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park.

  • Draft times for Multi-Class Events are; Discus (9:30am), 100m (12:20pm), 800m (2:45pm) and Long Jump (3:45pm).

  • Entries close Thursday 23rd February 11:59pm.

  • Note: One parent is allowed to accompany their child to their event if required. If you have any specific requirements (ie. equipment or assistance) please contact michael.masseni@lavic.com.au.

 

Bayside Hockey club is a safe, welcoming and inclusive club. The program will be run by trained coaches and is desigend for skill development, participation and fun.

When: Friday 17th of February 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Contact person: Janelle Campbell
Email: info@baysidehockey.com.au
Phone: 0429 351 186
Website: http://www.baysidehockey.com.au/

Watch this space for more information regarding the 2017 Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Championships!

The Championships will be held at the State Netball and Hockey Centre from Tuesday 14th March to Friday
17th March 2017.

Event information:

Date: 3 - 7 February 2017

Venue: Civic Reserve Recreation Centre, Dunns Road, Mornington, Victoria. 

Contact: Max Coulthard 

Phone: 0414 436 233

Email: mptta88@gmail.com

Classification: Classification will take place Friday 3 February 2017 from 1:00 PM. More information is included in the entry form. 

Function: A dinner will be held at the Civic Recreational Centre on Sunday 5 February at 6:30 PM. Function details will be advised closer to the event. 

Closing date: Friday 20 January 2017

 

 

Come small come tall, to the snow festival of fun. Whether it’s rain, hail or shine the snow is going to come! Arctic Breeze is coming to Cranbourne raceway and bringing winter in the sun.

Fun, fun, fun is what we’re about and remember your kids without a doubt. Snow flakes will fall around your head, so come on and get up out of bed. Bring the children along with Nan and Pop to have a breezy day, chilling out in every way, arctic animals are all around so remember to watch and make lots of sounds.
Fun, fun, fun is all we want but remember to slip slop slap and put on a hat, global warming is here adjust your belt as the popcorn is popping and the show's about to start!

A few of the fun activities:

- Vortex Avalanche

- Snow Pits

- Snow Toss

- Carousel

- Challenge (inflatable)

- Snow Globe (for photos)

- Ice Fishing

- Craft 

- Arctic Forest

- Arctic express train

- Arctic bowling

- Board balance

- Stage of entertainment 

WORKSHOP ONE:
DANCE OFF
MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS

Pull out your favourite hip hop dance moves in
front of all your friends in this funky dance off!

DATE: Sat 7 Jan 2017

TIME: 10am - 2pm

LOCATION: Cheltenham Hall
1218 Nepean Hwy, Cheltenham 3192


WORKSHOP TWO:
BANG DEM STICKS
MEGHAN TRAINOR

We’ll be making all sort of musical instruments
for this one so get ready to bang dem sticks!

DATE: Sat 14 Jan 2017

TIME: 10am - 2pm

LOCATION: Cheltenham Hall
1218 Nepean Hwy, Cheltenham 3192

Contact for more information:

Email: bamallstars@outlook.com

Website: http://www.bamallstars.org.au/

 

 

The Having a Say Conference aims to empower people with disability through:
• The opportunity to ‘have a say’ about issues that affect their lives
• Opportunities to celebrate ability and achievement 
• Being part of the planning and running of the conference
• Opportunities to be heard by politicians, government and service providers
• The opportunity to meet people from around Victoria, Australia and overseas

The event is held over three days - starts on Wednesday 8 February - Friday 10 February from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Additional contact information:

 
 

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