PCYC Zillmere and Sandgate to Host Community Open Days

Residents of Zillmere and Sandgate will have the opportunity to explore their local Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) during upcoming open days, offering a range of free activities and the chance to win gym memberships.

The events are scheduled for Saturday, 6 July 2024, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at both PCYC Zillmere and PCYC Sandgate locations.

Community Engagement

PCYC Queensland aims to strengthen community ties through these open days. The events are designed to welcome both long-time members and newcomers, providing a glimpse into the clubs’ contributions to local neighbourhoods.

“This is a perfect opportunity to see what PCYC is all about and how we contribute to the community with your help,” said a PCYC spokesperson.

PCYC Sandgate
Photo Credit: PCYCSandgate and Zillmere

Activities and Attractions

Both locations will feature a variety of family-friendly activities:

– Free trial classes
– Sausage sizzle
– Face painting
– Jumping castle
– Meet and greet with PCYC staff

Zillmere-specific offerings:Sandgate-specific offerings:
– Chance to win a 12-month gym and fitness membership
– Fitness challenges
– Interactive sports and games
– Soft play area
– Key ring making
– Photo opportunities with a police car
– Gymnastics, trampoline, and freeG (ninja/parkour) classes
– Little n active program for children under 5
Photo Credit: PCYCSandgate and Zillmere
Photo Credit: PCYCSandgate and Zillmere

How to Participate

Interested community members can RSVP through the respective Facebook event pages. Attendees are encouraged to invite friends and family to join the festivities.

For more information, visitors can check the PCYC Queensland website or contact the clubs directly:

Zillmere: zillmere@pcyc.org.au or (07) 3633 0244 the Facebook event page.

Sandgate: Contact details available on their Facebook page.

The PCYC open days promise to be an engaging start to the school holiday weekend, fostering community spirit and showcasing the clubs’ commitment to youth development and local engagement.

Published 5-July-2024