Spring School Holiday 28 Sep – 2 Oct 2pm – 4pm
Our holidays programs are opened for students in school years 6 – year 12.
To secure your spot for each activity please register from the registration link at the bottom of the page. For this Spring Holiday we have organized the following activities:
The hiphop and break dance class will be a casual and relaxed session for dancers of any levels to enjoy. This class will be especially great if you've never tried dancing before. Learn few break dance tricks and learn a short hiphop choreography from a proffessional dance teacher Tango!
Naethiel aka "Tango", started dancing in 2007; and Breaking in 2011, and represents dance crews Zealous '01 and Flowtality '11 today. Not just a Bboy, he loves exploring different movements and learning different vocabulary from other street styles.
Ryugi 2019 (Queensland) - All Style Champion Blank The Canvas 2019 - Champion
Hiphop Nation 2019 - Champion Team and MVP
Tue 29 Sep - Dungeons & Dragons (*12pm- 5pm)
Join the D&D community in Mosman Youth. This is a D&D session organised by our young people for the young people. Beginners are welcomed! Please note this program will be a longer session starting from 12pm-5pm.
Wed 30 Sep - Art Workshop - Inside Outside - Exploration of feelings and emotions
In this workshop participants will learn ways to recognise their feelings and start to express their emotions in a fun, engaging and creative way, just right for their age and where they are in life.
Through experimentation, discovery, collaboration, storytelling and hands-on creative activities the kids will be encouraged to connect with their own feelings, as well as work together in the group. They will have the opportunity to express their hopes, dreams and individual personalities in diverse ways to foster confidence and respect from the creative process. There will be something for everyone with creative activities including a Wishing Tree, drawing, painting, cartoons and storybooks.
Anna Kellerman - is a creative nurturer and lateral thinker. She is passionate about art, kids, sharing and connecting. She is a trained art educator, with a Bachelor of Art Education, majoring in painting and Educational Psychology, and a registered clinical art therapist with a Masters in Art Therapy. She has a published thesis about the benefits of working with clay and children with anxiety disorders. Anna has facilitated creative workshops for children and families for over 20 years within a range of educational and community settings. For the past 15 years she has worked with kids and teens with a range of emotional and behavioural problems.
Thurs 1 Oct - SMASH competition
Finally our Smash Competitions are back! Bring your own switch console if you have one (Make sure you have a sticker or your name on it ) and lets see if who have up skilled their Smash! skills during quarantine...! We might have a new champion at the centre!
Fri 2 Oct - Friday Chill, Pizza & Movie
Unwind and have a relaxing friday afternoon with us with some pizza and a good movie. Movie will be chosen by who ever attends our session on the day.
Safety is our priority, and this means we will have limited numbers for our daily activities and strict hygiene protocols that follow Government advice.
We request that you book activities in advance, arrive on time and follow all markings and hygiene signs.
It is possible to register at the door, however it will be on a first come first serve basis and we will still be required to take down some personal details, such as your name & contact details, for contract tracing purposes.