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Brekkie in the Park

brekkie in the park
Date:
Location:
City of Palmerston
Admission:
FREE

Our Brekkie in the Park event offers families the chance to connect with their local parks and helps the community live healthy and active lifestyles. Providing a FREE breakfast and activities for the entire family to enjoy. 

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Sunday 15 May - Phyllis Uren Park, Farrar
Join us for a healthy breakfast provided by the Palmerston Lions Club. There will be a 'Bush to Beach' craft class for the kids to enjoy. Grab your morning coffee by Luv a Cupper.
  
Sunday 26 June - Tiverton Park, Moulden
The Palmerston and Regional Basketball Association (PaRBA) will be cooking up a storm. There will be sensory play from Messy Bubs for the kids, while the adults enjoy a coffee from Luv a Cupper and chat to Neighborhood Watch.
*Please bring spare clothes for the children. Messy Bubs activities can get just that- MESSY!

Sunday 21 August - Hobart Park, Johnston
Returned Services League will be providing this months brekkie, alongside face painting with Tip Top Circus.
Who loves free trees?! Council's Open Space team will be attending to chat all things nature with some free trees for Palmerston residents.
Neighborhood Watch will also be joining providing information about Palmerston's community.

Sunday 11 September - Flinders Park, Durack
Another free breakfast will be held by the Palmerston and Regional Basketball Association (PaRBA). You know the drill! Grab a coffee whilst the children enjoy Animal Encounters and their Top End Critters show.

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All events run from 8 am until 10 am.

Pets (must be kept on a lead and under effective control at all times), scooters, skateboards and bikes all welcome!

Remember a hat, sunscreen, extra water and BYO Picnic blanket.

Visit palmerston.nt.gov.au to see what activities are available for you and the family to come and enjoy!
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COVID-19 information:
At all times, please observe requirements as advised by the Chief Medical Officer.