What began as a small NSW Government initiative in 1989 has since grown to be an inspiring celebration of NSW and indeed Australia's proud young citizens. NSW Youth Week is a collaborative effort between councils, local government and local youth organisations that provides the opportunity for young people to attend live events and workshops, showcase their talents and share ideas, raise issues that affect the local youth population but most importantly to celebrate their community contribution.
The Oberon Youth Council in conjunction with CBA, Rotary, LifeLine Central West, Tarana Farmers Markets, and Tarana Farmers Drought Fundraising, are preparing a weekend full of activities focused on "How To Adult". The sessions, aimed at ages 16 to 24, will be held on April 13 and 14 with a range of activities across the weekend that will include valuable information and a lot of fun.
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Saturday's workshops include Money In/ Money Out which looks at budgeting and Feed Your Face, to be hosted by Chef Dan of Mayfield Gardens, which focuses on growing, preparing and cooking food and healthy eating. On Sunday participants get to attend the Vroom Vroom session where Peter from Varlas Automotive will teach everyone about cars including changing tyres, checking and changing oil, and other important car maintenance. There will also be Wellbeing Workshops that provide advice on looking after your physical and mental health.
All events are free with food and drink available. Those wishing to attend should register on the councils website. For more information call 6329 8100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.