Summer School Holidays
Mid-Western Regional Youth Council is proud to present a range of youth activities and events across the region, as part of the summer school holidays.
Activities are as follows:
- Keyrings and necklaces, Wednesday 6 January, 2.00–3.00pm (Mudgee Library); Thursday 7 January, 2.00pm–3.00pm (Kandos Community Hall)
- Short Film Workshop (two days, Mudgee), Monday and Tuesday 11 and 12 January, 10.00am–4.00pm
- Tenpin Bowling at Dubbo, Wednesday 13 January, 9.00am–4.00pm
- Yoga (Gulgong), Thursday 14 January, 2.00pm–3.15pm;
- Video Game Design Workshop (Mudgee), Monday 18 January, 10.00am–4.30pm
- Kokedama, Tuesday 19 January, 2.00pm – 3.30pm (Rylstone); Thursday 21 January, 11.00am–12.30pm (Gulgong)
- Laser Tag at Bathurst, Wednesday 20 January, 9.00am–5.00pm
- Summer Photo Competition, Monday 25 January, 5.00pm
Please note that bookings are highly recommended, as places are limited. These sessions are being delivered in accordance with COVID-19 health orders and may be subject to change, should those orders be revised. If you are attending, please follow physical distancing measures in place.
Get creative with WATER and you could win Mudgee Money gift vouchers
Your photos can be anything water-themed, but with no recognisable human faces in them (this is to do with publishing permissions).
Terms and Conditions: 1) All entries must be original work by the entrant. 2) Entrants must be aged 12 – 25, and live, study, or work in the Mid-Western Regional Council area. 3) Persons under the age of 18 should ask permission from their guardian before entering the competition. 4) Entrants can submit a maximum of two entries. 5) All entries must have titles. 6) Employees of Mid-Western Regional Council are not eligible to enter this competition. 7) Entries may be displayed publicly and/or used for publicity purposes. 8) Entrants’ likeness may be used for publicity purposes. 9) Entries must be submitted via email and be suitable for display on Mid-Western Regional Youth Council and/or Mid-Western Regional Council’s social media pages. 10) Suitability of entries for publication on social media will be at the discretion of Mid-Western Regional Council staff, and discussion will not be entered into. 11) Entries will be judged by a panel of at least two persons, comprising at least one representative from Mid-Western Regional Council. 12) The judging panel reserves the right not to award a prize if the entries are not deemed of a suitable standard. 13) The winner of the People’s Choice Award will be by members of the public via a voting system on Facebook. 14) Winners of the People’s Choice Award will be determined by the most ‘likes’ received per image/entry by 4:30pm on the date advertised. 15) Determination / awarding of prizes is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 16) Prize winners will be announced via Mid-Western Regional Youth Council’s social media channels, and winners contacted privately via email – prize distribution may be delayed due to social distancing requirements. 17) Mid-Western Regional Youth Council will take all reasonable care with entries, but will not accept responsibility for any entries not received due to technological failure, damage, distortion, or similar that may occur to entries. 18) Council will endeavour to display all entries, but may not be able to do so due to display area restrictions. 19) Prizes not claimed by 30 June 2021 will be forfeited by the winner.