Skateboard Mayhem events sure to be a hit as part of SUNfest
LOOK out Gladstone.
The time has finally come for the launch of this year's SUNfest.
The event starts in Gladstone from today until January 23.
The youth holiday program is packed with a range of activities like skirmish, kayaking, clay target shooting, and mime and clowning workshops.
Some activities have sold out, but there are still spaces in a number of events.
Tickets can be purchased online at from the website gec.gladstonerc.qld.gov.au
Many kids and teens passionate about bikes and skateboarding should be attracted to the two free Skateboard Mayhem events.
A boy's BMX and girl's push bike will be up for grabs on the days.
Gladstone Mayor Gail Sellers said Skateboard Mayhem would provide great entertainment for the region's youth.
"We are hoping the bike giveaway will draw more young people to Skateboard Mayhem, but even without the prizes I'm sure these exciting events would prove popular," Cr Sellers said.
The events, from 1-5pm, will be will be conducted at Calliope Skate Park on Saturday January 12 and Boyne Island Park on Sunday.
Youth aged 10-17 who attend either of the Skateboard Mayhem sessions are eligible to win the bikes.
To enter, simply fill out a coupon and place it in the barrel at the parks.
Children under the age of 12 attending either of the Skateboard Mayhem events must be accompanied by an adult.