Find Activities

for

April 2014

M T W T F S S
31 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 1 2 3 4

Activities presented by

Get your free GoPlay iPhone app now.

Line Dancing for people with a disability

This event has now finished

  • When
    • 3 April, 1 May, 5 June, 3 July, 7 August, 4 September, 2 October, 6 November and 4 December.
      Time: 10am - 11am
  • Venue
    • Oxley Bowling Club, Tamworth
  • Phone
    • (02) 6766 1200
  • Cost
    • $4 per session
  • Themes
  • Suitable for
    • 15-18 year olds

Share this event

Line Dancing For People With A Disability

  • Bookmark and Share

Save this event

Line Dancing for people with a disability

Line Dancing is a fun form of dancing usually associated with country music, where all participants follow the same steps to a dance in a line.

This program is for people with a disability to regularly participate in Line Dancing in a welcoming and fun environment. During this program participants will learn new dances under an instructor from Oxley Line Dancers Inc.

This is a great opportunity to regularly be physically active, meet new people and have fun!

Wear sensible clothes for dancing. Enrolments can not be made at the program – they must be done through Sport & Recreation.

For ages 15+

Venue: Oxley Bowling Club

Oxley Bowling Club
Address

158-168 Piper st
Tamworth
NSW
2340

02) 6766 3449

All activities at Oxley Bowling Club

Disability access

The venue has disability access.

Toilets

Toilets are available.

Cafe

The venue has a cafe.

Sports courts
Carpark

Presented by Sport and Recreation

logo of image of

Sport and Recreation offers a number of programs for kids and teens during the school holidays.

Our Kids’ Camps are conducted at several Sport and Recreation Centres across NSW. All camps include meals and accommodation and are a great way to help your child develop in a fun, secure and professionally run environment. They’ll try different experiences and challenges and meet new friends.
In addition to camps, we also offer a number of sports clinics and activities through our network of regional offices to help kids get active, improve fitness or try a new sport.

Sport and Recreation also runs Swim and Survive, an intensive learn to swim program for children between 18 months and 12 years. The lessons provide instruction in water familiarisation through to stroke development in a supportive and caring environment. They run between November and February each year at pools throughout regional NSW, and are taught by experienced, AUSTSWIM-qualified instructors.

All activities presented by Sport and Recreation.

Sport and Recreation website.

Extra Information

Terms & Conditions: If participant usually has a carer they must attend as well. Carers are not provided. Bookings close 4 June 2012. This program will continue to run the first Wednesday of every month for the remainder of the year.

See map of activities

Map of Line Dancing for people with a disability

How to get there