Youth Week 2016 | Port Macquarie   

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Youth Week 2016 | Port Macquarie

When:  8th April – 17th April 2016

Where:  Port Macquarie NSW

Youth Week 2016

Monday 11th April – Thursday 14th April

Busking stations will be set up around the Port Macquarie CBD where buskers will show their talents

Wednesday 13th April

YAC-KODA

Gather your team of 4 and be at the base of the North Brother Mountain Track off Laurie St Laurieton, do your part for charity whilst having fun racing against other teams.

A gold coin donation from each competitor will be gifted to the Beyond Blue Charity.

Thursday 14th April

Street Art Mural Workshop

Temporary walls will be installed on Town Green, Port Macquarie and young people will have the opportunity to work alongside local artists Dimz, Sigh and Adam Murray plus more to learn more about street art styles, all materials supplied.

Come along between 12noon – 6pm

Friday 15th April

Inflatable Race

Young people will gather at Settlement point to battle it out in the cut throat world of inflatable toy racing. The race fill be followed by a busk-off competition and BBQ on the Settlement point reserve.

Register at Settlement Point form 11am, bring your inflatable devise or toy and be ready to have a fun and cheeky afternoon.

Competitors will start on the reserve, race into the water and paddle like crazy around the 500m course.

In a team or as and individual you choose.

Great prizes on the day.

Sunday 17th April

Cosplay

Come dressed in your ultimate self created costumes which pay homage to your favourite Anime or manga character and bring it to life for all to see! Cosplay parade with prizes at 2 pm.

The afternoon will also include doodle art, anime films, extreme makeup, food festival, chopstick championships and lucky door prizes.

Cosplay activities will take place at Port Macquarie-Hastings Library from 1pm

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