My Kids Market NSW is the original and largest market in NSW for families to source excellent quality pre loved kids and baby items by popular brands with huge savings. The market is filled with stallholders selling their family’s gently used baby and kids goods that they no longer need. It’s a great way to reuse and recycle kids goods!
The City of Newcastle is a local government area in the Hunter region of New South Wales, Australia. The City of Newcastle incorporates much of the area of the Newcastle metropolitan area.
Gen Jereb's The Traffic Jam In My Brain is a Sensory Processing Approach to Challenges Associated with Autism, ADHD, Learning and Behavioural Differences, presented by international speaker Genevieve Jereb OTR.
Learn how to help support children to “learn and thrive from the inside out.” Gen Jereb's dynamic, practical tools incorporate:
- Play and Movement
Who Should Attend?
Nextt is a leading provider of programs and supports for people with autism, cognitive disabilities, mental health and dementia. Their expert team of carers are able to offer comprehensive disability services in NSW, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia. And, with 50 years of care experience, they have become a critical part of the community for many people over many years.
The Australian Services Union will be holding a rally in Civic Park, Newcastle on Tuesday, 9 October at 11:31 AM.
Once fully rolled-out, the National Disability Insurance Scheme will support around a half-million participants. To meet that need, the disability services workforce will double in size by 2020. Ensuring a quality, professional and sustainable workforce is essential to achieving the goal of delivering real choice and control.
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There’ll be stalls laden with handmade goodies, home-cooked treats, plants, books, clothing, a side-show alley for the kids and more. Soak up the live music, grab a coffee or barbecue lunch, peruse the markets and let the kids wear themselves out on the free jumping castles.
This year’s proceeds will again go to the Hohidiai Medical Centre in Indonesia to care for patients and train new medical staff.
NECC aims to assist the elderly and people with disabilities by:
- Establishing an environment of friendship, companionship and social interaction
- Providing a nourishing meal
- Enabling social interaction and participation in the community
- Providing a safe, supporting space for all
Monday to Friday: 9:00AM to 2:00PM
Morning Tea: 10:00AM
Create your own retro style game with PICO-8 that you can share with friends.
PICO-8 is a fantasy console that can be used for making, sharing and playing tiny games. You will learn how to edit and create music, sounds and maps. No previous programming skills required.
Suitable for ages 12 to 100.
$125 for 4 week program. Bookings essential. Price includes a licenced copy of PICO-8 software for each participant to take home.
Saturday 8 September - Saturday 29 September, 10am - 12pm
Sonic Pi is a live coding environment based on Ruby.
You will learn the basics of creating music with Sonic Pi and the Ruby programming language to more advanced topics such as analysing a song and recreating it in code.
No previous programming skills required.
Suitable for ages 12 to 100.
$95 for a 4 week program. Bookings essential.
Wednesday 5 September - Wednesday 26 September, 4pm - 6pm
Coming from humble beginnings in 2015, the Newcastle Music Festival is an annual fine music festival held in Newcastle in August. It celebrates the musical life of the city’s musicians and singers in collaboration with stunning guest artists. The festival involves professionals, amateurs and students in an exciting mix of concerts and events performed in an array of interesting venues.
Newcastle Toy Library is an amazing service that allows children to borrow toys for a party, education or just to play!
Lego, trains, cars, blocks, puzzles, board games, babies toys, sand and water play, dress ups, musical instruments, house play, slides, bikes, scooters, cars, play sets, balls and more!
Saturdays, 9.30 - 11.30
On lower level of New Lambton Library.