Children and their families are invited to join us for a free morning of fun, interactive and exciting activities that meet the Geelong Children's Week theme of children have the right to be healthy, safe and happy.
Following the success of last year’s education day, with over 120 booked, we are back and once again proudly sponsored by GenU Training and supported by a host of businesses in bringing you an exciting day of creative entertainment and enriched understanding of mental wellbeing for yourself and t
During Childrens Week, The City of Greater Geelong are offering free work shop to create some fun, creative healthy snacks. Learn what's a healthy snack and what to avoid. Active Lawn games to finish with prizes to be won and a take home book of fun snack ideas to try.
Friday, 25 October 2019 (All day) to Monday, 25 November 2019 (All day)
The month of action is held annually, surrounding two major international movements for ending men's violence towards women. The events begin on Reclaim the Night and end on the International Day for the elimination of Violence Against Women. The final day of the month of action also marks the beginning of the 16 Days of Activism.
Friday, 25 October 2019 (All day) to Saturday, 26 October 2019 (All day)
During Childrens Week, The City of Greater Geelong are offering free yoga class aimed to encourage interest in physical activity, including various yoga techniques and games to play at Splashdown Sports & Leisure Centre.
During Childrens Week, The City of Greater Geelong are offering free yoga class aimed to encourage interest in physical activity, including various yoga techniques and games to play at their Bellarine Aquatic Sports Centre (BASC).
Join us for a compelling evening with award-winning investigative journalist Jess Hill whose recently released debut, See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Abuse, dissects the flawed logic of victim-blaming and challenges domestic and family violence.
Power Meri follows Papua New Guinea’s first national women’s rugby league team and takes audiences inside Papua New Guinea and behind the scenes of women’s sport as it follows the Orchids through selection trials, arduous training with a fly-in-fly-out Australian coaching mentor, and diverse personal struggles as they prepare to face the world champion Australian Jillaroos and compete at the Rugby League World Cup in Sydney.