Date02 December 2019
The City of Rockingham will once again proudly support the United Nations’ International Day of People with Disability by hosting the Celebrate Ability event at the Gary Holland Community Centre on Tuesday 3 December 2019 from 10.30am -1.30pm.
The event marks the eighth year the City has presented Celebrate Ability. Open to residents of all ages and abilities, the event aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability.
A mix of old and new activities will be on offer including a silent disco, fun photo-booth, slot car races, trishaw rides, circus skills and the chance to interact with animals.
Visitors will be able to paint a car while live entertainment from dance group TRACKSUIT, local schools and other groups will be a highlight.
Mayor Barry Sammels said the City was delighted to be able to host the much loved community event once again in 2019.
“The City of Rockingham is committed to creating a community that is welcoming and inclusive to all people with disability, their families and their carers,” Mayor Sammels said.
“Celebrate Ability focuses on giving people a chance to learn something about themselves, to try something new, discover an interest or a talent, and of course, connect with others while having fun. I encourage residents to head down to the Gary Holland Community Centre and get involved.”
Auslan interpreters will be available during the event.