Little Athletics, Football and Netball activities will be on offer when the City’s popular Night Fields program kicks-off at Gwynne Park Oval for term one on Thursday 15 February.
Young people and children aged six to 18 years are invited to take part in the program from 4.30 to 6.30pm every Thursday until 22 March.
The City of Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones OAM, JP said that he was pleased to see the return of the well-loved program for another semester.
“Now that the children are back in school, it’s a positive exercise to get them involved after school in a fun, safe and supportive environment – for free.
“Night Fields brings a range of sporting activities to the community for young people to try a sport that they are interested in and provides an outlet for social interaction in our community and helps get young people active.
“The program is rather popular and each term we have a lot of children and their families who return every Thursday to support their children and get involved in the community with their children.”
A free sausage sizzle will be provided for all participants during the event and participants have an opportunity to win free giveaways at the event.
Registrations will be taken upon arrival and Under 18s will require a parental signature.
The City has partnered with the WA Football Commission, Netball WA, Little Athletics WA, Mission Australia, Rotary Club of Armadale, YMCA, Save the Children and headspace Armadale to deliver a free sporting engagement program, twice annually.
Thursdays February 15, 22, & March 1, 8, 15, 22
4.30 – 6.30pm
Gwynne Park Oval, Seventh Road, Armadale