What’s on cal

May
7
Fri
Little Folks United | Uniting Church North Parramatta @ Uniting Church-Parramatta Centenary
May 7 @ 10:00 am
Little Folks United | Uniting Church North Parramatta @ Uniting Church-Parramatta Centenary | North Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

Held every Friday during school term from 10am. Cost is $30 per term.

“Little Folks United” is a Playgroup NSW playgroup on Fridays 10-12 in the Uniting Church hall on Sorrell St, North Parramatta.

It’s well resourced with toys, craft supplies and extras (eg sand for occasional sand pit set up). There is 1 mum/carer on craft each week, which means planning, setting up and cleaning up the activity (this is not as cumbersome as it sounds!). There is another mum/carer on morning tea each week, which means bringing morning tea for the adults and cutting up fruit for the kids (each person brings a piece of fruit each week)

The kids range in age from birth (several newborns last term!) to pre-schoolers.

The mums/carers are lovely and we have a kids-free night/lunch out once a term – to help make up for the conversations we don’t get to finish on Fridays. We have a party on the last Friday of each term, which always goes down well.

For more info, please email: [email protected]

May
8
Sat
Parramatta Parkrun | George Kendall Riverside Park @ George Kendall Riverside Park
May 8 @ 8:00 am
Parramatta Parkrun | George Kendall Riverside Park @ George Kendall Riverside Park | Ermington | New South Wales | Australia

It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.
The run starts at George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington, Sydney, Australia.
Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the coffee van at the end of the run – please come and join us!
When is it?
Every Saturday at 8:00am.
Where is it?
The run starts at George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington, Sydney, Australia.
How fast do I have to be?
We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!
The Course
The course is 5000m (5K) long. The course starts from George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington. The course is run on a mixture of concrete paths and grass. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain. Dependent on availability, marshals will be at key sections of the course, or signs will be in place.
Cost:
Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won’t get a time.

May
9
Sun
Riding the Rails [PAUSED] | Newington Armory @ Newington Armory
May 9 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Riding the Rails [PAUSED] | Newington Armory @ Newington Armory | Sydney Olympic Park | New South Wales | Australia

On every Sunday, Riding the Rails takes visitors on a 30min train ride around part of the former Royal Australian Navy Armament Depot, on a train once used to transport missiles, torpedoes and other WW2 munitions. With snippets of commentary from on-board tour guides, Riding the Rails takes you past buildings dating back to the 1890s, including explosives storehouses and workshops, cottages, and a wharf.

And make sure to have a play at the fab Blaxland Riverside Park while you are there!

Tickets for Riding the Rails can be purchased on the day at the Armory Visitor Centre (located near the main entrance to Newington Armory).

11.00am, 11.30am, 12 noon, 12.30pm, 1.00pm, 1.30pm

  • Cost: $5 for all passengers. Children under 3: free if seated on an adult’s lap; if seated on chair, $5
  • Tickets/Bookings: Purchase tickets on the day at the Armory Visitor Centre
  • Age: All Ages
  • More info: Call 02 9714 7888

May
10
Mon
Northmead Uniting Church Supported Playgroup | Northmead @ Northmead Uniting Church
May 10 @ 9:15 am – 11:45 am

The Northmead Uniting Church Supported Playgroup is called Café Play. It is a great morning of fun, learning and friendship for young children and their families/carers.

ALL WELCOME

Please note: Parents are responsible for the supervision of their own children

  • Every Monday during school terms. And from term 2, 2018 it will also run on Fridays.
  • 9:15-11:45
  • Northmead Uniting Church Hall at 3 Hammers Rd. Northmead

What to Bring Each Week:

  • $3 per family
  • Hat
  • Drink of water
  • Wear play clothes for painting & craft

Café Play Routine:

9.15 Café play starts (Arrive, sign in, put $3 in basket, put on name tags and put on hats and sunscreen
Play and Chat
10.00 inside toys packed away – start
10.15 inside toys packed away – finish
10.30 Group Time (Includes story, singing, story & grace, celebrating birthdays monthly)
11.15 Share Morning Tea together
11.45 Café Play finishes

 

Northmead Uniting Church

Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
11
Tue
Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 11 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
12
Wed
Parramatta St Pat’s Playgroup | Parramatta @ St Patrick's Cathedral Hall
May 12 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Parramatta St Pat's Playgroup | Parramatta @ St Patrick's Cathedral Hall | Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

Playgroup for parents and carers with children 0-6. Meeting Wednesday mornings 9.30am – 11.30pm, during school term weeks.

All families welcome, no fees required except for membership with Playgroup NSW.

Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 12 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
13
Thu
Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
14
Fri
Little Folks United | Uniting Church North Parramatta @ Uniting Church-Parramatta Centenary
May 14 @ 10:00 am
Little Folks United | Uniting Church North Parramatta @ Uniting Church-Parramatta Centenary | North Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

Held every Friday during school term from 10am. Cost is $30 per term.

“Little Folks United” is a Playgroup NSW playgroup on Fridays 10-12 in the Uniting Church hall on Sorrell St, North Parramatta.

It’s well resourced with toys, craft supplies and extras (eg sand for occasional sand pit set up). There is 1 mum/carer on craft each week, which means planning, setting up and cleaning up the activity (this is not as cumbersome as it sounds!). There is another mum/carer on morning tea each week, which means bringing morning tea for the adults and cutting up fruit for the kids (each person brings a piece of fruit each week)

The kids range in age from birth (several newborns last term!) to pre-schoolers.

The mums/carers are lovely and we have a kids-free night/lunch out once a term – to help make up for the conversations we don’t get to finish on Fridays. We have a party on the last Friday of each term, which always goes down well.

For more info, please email: [email protected]

May
15
Sat
Parramatta Parkrun | George Kendall Riverside Park @ George Kendall Riverside Park
May 15 @ 8:00 am
Parramatta Parkrun | George Kendall Riverside Park @ George Kendall Riverside Park | Ermington | New South Wales | Australia

It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.
The run starts at George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington, Sydney, Australia.
Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the coffee van at the end of the run – please come and join us!
When is it?
Every Saturday at 8:00am.
Where is it?
The run starts at George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington, Sydney, Australia.
How fast do I have to be?
We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!
The Course
The course is 5000m (5K) long. The course starts from George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington. The course is run on a mixture of concrete paths and grass. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain. Dependent on availability, marshals will be at key sections of the course, or signs will be in place.
Cost:
Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won’t get a time.

May
16
Sun
Riding the Rails [PAUSED] | Newington Armory @ Newington Armory
May 16 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Riding the Rails [PAUSED] | Newington Armory @ Newington Armory | Sydney Olympic Park | New South Wales | Australia

On every Sunday, Riding the Rails takes visitors on a 30min train ride around part of the former Royal Australian Navy Armament Depot, on a train once used to transport missiles, torpedoes and other WW2 munitions. With snippets of commentary from on-board tour guides, Riding the Rails takes you past buildings dating back to the 1890s, including explosives storehouses and workshops, cottages, and a wharf.

And make sure to have a play at the fab Blaxland Riverside Park while you are there!

Tickets for Riding the Rails can be purchased on the day at the Armory Visitor Centre (located near the main entrance to Newington Armory).

11.00am, 11.30am, 12 noon, 12.30pm, 1.00pm, 1.30pm

  • Cost: $5 for all passengers. Children under 3: free if seated on an adult’s lap; if seated on chair, $5
  • Tickets/Bookings: Purchase tickets on the day at the Armory Visitor Centre
  • Age: All Ages
  • More info: Call 02 9714 7888

May
17
Mon
Northmead Uniting Church Supported Playgroup | Northmead @ Northmead Uniting Church
May 17 @ 9:15 am – 11:45 am

The Northmead Uniting Church Supported Playgroup is called Café Play. It is a great morning of fun, learning and friendship for young children and their families/carers.

ALL WELCOME

Please note: Parents are responsible for the supervision of their own children

  • Every Monday during school terms. And from term 2, 2018 it will also run on Fridays.
  • 9:15-11:45
  • Northmead Uniting Church Hall at 3 Hammers Rd. Northmead

What to Bring Each Week:

  • $3 per family
  • Hat
  • Drink of water
  • Wear play clothes for painting & craft

Café Play Routine:

9.15 Café play starts (Arrive, sign in, put $3 in basket, put on name tags and put on hats and sunscreen
Play and Chat
10.00 inside toys packed away – start
10.15 inside toys packed away – finish
10.30 Group Time (Includes story, singing, story & grace, celebrating birthdays monthly)
11.15 Share Morning Tea together
11.45 Café Play finishes

 

Northmead Uniting Church

Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
18
Tue
Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
19
Wed
Parramatta St Pat’s Playgroup | Parramatta @ St Patrick's Cathedral Hall
May 19 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Parramatta St Pat's Playgroup | Parramatta @ St Patrick's Cathedral Hall | Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

Playgroup for parents and carers with children 0-6. Meeting Wednesday mornings 9.30am – 11.30pm, during school term weeks.

All families welcome, no fees required except for membership with Playgroup NSW.

Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 19 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
20
Thu
Greystanes Groovers Playgroup | Nemesia Park Hall, Greystanes @ Nemesia Park Hall
May 20 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Greystanes GrooversGreystanes Groovers runs Monday to Friday in the morning. Each playgroup session has a slightly different age group (see guide below) and only Monday and Friday groups currently have spots available.

  • Monday: Babies (Under 2), 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Tuesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Wednesday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Thursday: All ages, 10am to 12pm
  • Friday: All ages – FULL

local playgroupsGreystanes Groovers are very well equipped, with numerous toys and activities to engage children from babies to school age. The hall at Nemesia Street Park is very well suited for playgroup as it has a large open area inside as well as a full fenced area outside.

When attending Greystanes Groovers you can expect your child to enjoy a variety of different toys, from slides, balance beams and mini trampolines to toy car garages and cars to toy prams and dolls. A variety of activities are also on offer, including musical instruments, dress ups, a toy kitchen and building blocks. Most weeks (working off a prearranged roster) one parent will arrange a craft activity, anything from simple colouring in to constructing items and decorating them with paint and glitter.

Greystanes GrooversWhile at Greystanes Groovers there is time for morning tea. We ask that everyone bring along a piece of fruit and this will be chopped up and shared on a platter by all the children. Morning tea for the adults is arranged by just one parent each week on a rostered basis.

To participate in Greystanes Groovers you must be a member of Playgroup NSW. In addition to this, $28 per family per term is payable to Greystanes Groovers to cover the costs of hiring the hall and running the playgroup (replacing toys, craft materials and cleaning items).

If you would like to know more, or come along and visit one of our sessions we would love to meet you. Please contact us and we can arrange a time with you!

May
21
Fri
Little Folks United | Uniting Church North Parramatta @ Uniting Church-Parramatta Centenary
May 21 @ 10:00 am
Little Folks United | Uniting Church North Parramatta @ Uniting Church-Parramatta Centenary | North Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

Held every Friday during school term from 10am. Cost is $30 per term.

“Little Folks United” is a Playgroup NSW playgroup on Fridays 10-12 in the Uniting Church hall on Sorrell St, North Parramatta.

It’s well resourced with toys, craft supplies and extras (eg sand for occasional sand pit set up). There is 1 mum/carer on craft each week, which means planning, setting up and cleaning up the activity (this is not as cumbersome as it sounds!). There is another mum/carer on morning tea each week, which means bringing morning tea for the adults and cutting up fruit for the kids (each person brings a piece of fruit each week)

The kids range in age from birth (several newborns last term!) to pre-schoolers.

The mums/carers are lovely and we have a kids-free night/lunch out once a term – to help make up for the conversations we don’t get to finish on Fridays. We have a party on the last Friday of each term, which always goes down well.

For more info, please email: [email protected]

May
22
Sat
Parramatta Parkrun | George Kendall Riverside Park @ George Kendall Riverside Park
May 22 @ 8:00 am
Parramatta Parkrun | George Kendall Riverside Park @ George Kendall Riverside Park | Ermington | New South Wales | Australia

It is a 5km run – it’s you against the clock.
The run starts at George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington, Sydney, Australia.
Every week we grab a post parkrun coffee in the coffee van at the end of the run – please come and join us!
When is it?
Every Saturday at 8:00am.
Where is it?
The run starts at George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington, Sydney, Australia.
How fast do I have to be?
We all run for our own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!
The Course
The course is 5000m (5K) long. The course starts from George Kendell Riverside Park, Ermington. The course is run on a mixture of concrete paths and grass. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain. Dependent on availability, marshals will be at key sections of the course, or signs will be in place.
Cost:
Nothing – it’s free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won’t get a time.