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Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria invite kids of all ages who are blind or have low vision to an energy-fueled Breakdance Workshop this September school holidays.
From SickStep Studios in Bendigo, we bring to you dance facilitator, Karl Jacobs. Karl is legally blind and has been teaching breakdancing for 25 years to young people in schools, prisons and the broader community.
In this workshop you will learn back spins, footwork basics and freezes. Afterwards, stay on and explore the Oxygen Youth Space - a youth centre run by Moreland City Council with pool table, board games, music studio and indoor basketball court. Siblings welcome!
Where: Oxygen Youth Space, 4/8 Gaffney Street, Coburg (next to Coburg Lake Reserve)
When: Postponed. New date to be confirmed.
Time: Doors Open 10am; workshop 10:30am - 11:30am; Explore Oxygen Youth Space 11:30am - 12:30pm
Transport: 1 minute walk from Sydney Road tram stop (no. 37) for number 19 tram. 5 minute walk from Batman train station, Upfield Line. Limited parking at Coburg Lake Reserve (Lake Grove) or along Champ Street, Coburg.
Contact: Program Manager NorthWest, Miriam on (03) 98228876 or email@example.com
This project has been funded by the Heart Foundation’s Active Australia Innovation Challenge and the Australian Government.