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March – April Activities in the Park Program released

The March – April edition of the Activities in the Park program has just been released, offering free and low cost activities throughout Greater Shepparton encouraging people to be outdoors and active.

This will be the fourth and final flyer released for the 2017/2018 program, with the program ending in April.

“I encourage residents and visitors to enjoy the free activities while they’re on offer before the program ends for the year,” said Kaye Thomson, Greater Shepparton City Council Director Community.

“The March - April program is full of great activities for the community including Lunch Time Yoga Classes, Pedal Karts, Tai Chi, Hoopercise, African Drumming and Nature Photography. This program also includes the return of the Pedometer Challenge and the Twilight Stroll, which is celebrating its tenth year this year.

“The program has been running for five years and is popular for residents and visitors, giving them the opportunity to get out, be active and utilise the well-established parks, pools and outdoor spaces in their community for free or a low cost.

“On behalf of Council’s Activities in the Park team, we would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the 2017/2018 program and look forward to seeing everyone back for another great year next year,” said Ms Thomson.

Copies of the flyer can be found at, at Council’s Welsford Street Office, Aquamoves, SPC KidsTown and the Shepparton Sports Stadium. For updates on the activities, residents and visitors can download the free Get Mooving App for smart phones, get a copy of the program flyer, visit the Get Mooving Greater Shepparton website or follow Get Mooving Greater Shepparton on Facebook and Instagram.



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