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Needed – new friends

06 Mar 2014

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A crew of kids from Dockland’s Gowrie Harbour Family and Children’s Centre are looking for some new friends to join them for an intergenerational playgroup at the Hub.

The program aims to connect kids with members of the local community and provide an opportunity for different generations to interact.

It was created by Gowrie early years leader Kristin Falzon and began last year but the group is still seeking more participants from the local community.

“We are looking to build relationships with other people in the community,” Ms Falzon said.  

“We think they’ll get just a much out of it as the kids do.”

The program is held each Monday from 10 am until 11 am, but participants aren’t expected to attend every session.

“We don’t expect people to come every week and appreciate any time they can volunteer,” Ms Falzon said.

To get involved contact Gowrie Harbour Family and Children’s Centre on 8624 1000 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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