School Holiday activity for Girls aged 12-24 yrs. 3 hour empowerment session with professional female song writers and DJs.
School Holiday activity for Girls aged 12-24 yrs. 3 hour empowerment session with professional female song writers and DJs.

Learn to DJ with Gympie Council's holiday fun program

GYMPIE Regional Council's Holiday Fun program kicks off this week with activities and events for all ages.

The DJ club will be launched at the Flexible Learning Centre tomorrow from 2pm-4pm.

DJ Club is a free event and is open to all teenagers aged 14-18.

It aims to teach teenagers a new skill while giving them the opportunity to interact with contemporaries and have their mixes performed at the following week's indoor skating event at Pipe Dreamz.

The latest digital DJ equipment will be used to inspire creativity as well as training from an experienced local DJ.

DJs in training just need to bring a USB loaded with a selection of favourite songs so tracks mixed on the day can be taken away. Snacks and drinks will be provided.

"This is a perfect event for teens to take advantage of; they will be learning from an experienced DJ for free while parents can be confident that their young ones are participating in a safe and stimulating activity," GRC social wellbeing councillor Rae Gâté said.

There are limited spaces available and registrations are essential.

Contact the council's community development team on 5481 0760.

For the rest of the events in the Holiday Fun program visit holidayfun.com.au.

Gympie Times


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