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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Summer Beats Block Party

Join in for some fun in the sun at the Summer Beats Block Party in Moruya. Hosted by Eurobodalla Shire Council, enjoy live bands, food trucks and a range of activities for the family.

There's also a free skate workshop (registrations required) for ages 6+ who are keen to give skateboarding a go!

The details:

Friday 13 January 2023

10am to 2pm

This event is free and open to all!

Check out the Facebook event for more details:

Or register for the free skating workshop:

Summer Beats Block Party ready to roll this Friday

Slip, slop, slap and kickflip! Whether you’re into skating or just keen to vibe with your mates, head over to Moruya Skatepark for the Summer Beats Block Party this Friday 13 January.

From 10am-2pm, bring your friends and make a day of it. There will be a line-up of local bands and DJs, food trucks, a tie-dye station, water fights and so much more.

Youth development officer Michaela Burtenshaw said the free skateboarding workshops will be a great way to level up and have some fun.

“The guys from Totem Skateboarding are providing all the equipment and coaching you need to get started,” Ms Burtenshaw said.

“You never know, you might turn pro someday! The beginner classes are almost full so get in quick if you’re keen to have a go.”

Register for the skate workshop via Eventbrite.

If skating isn’t your thing, Ms Burtenshaw said there will be live art, free food and ice cream plus games like archery.

“Bring your water pistol and a white t-shirt to tie-dye, and you’ll be set for a sick day!” Ms Burtenshaw said.

A line-up of local bands including Flavuh and Golden Carmichael will play on stage as well as a live DJ set.

Muladha Gamara will open the event with a welcome ceremony and host workshops throughout the day.

The Summer Beats Block Party has been funded by the NSW Government. Local services supporting the day include: 54 reasons, Campbell Page, headspace, PCYC, Karralika, Community Health, The Family Place, Katungal, Red Cross and Marymead.

For more info email Michaela Burtenshaw, or call 4474 7422.


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