The City of Canada Bay offers a range of projects, programs and other youth-related initiatives for young people aged 12-18 years living, working or studying locally.
These programs provide opportunities for youth in Canada Bay to gain valuable skills, contribute to their community, meet and work with other youth locally and of course, have fun!
Council works collaboratively with other councils and youth services to ensure maximum participation and to ensure provision of services are of a high quality and meet the needs of youth in Canada Bay.
Ongoing youth services and programs including:
Youth Canada Bay is an online space for
youth 13-18 years old which share and link to information about youth services,
programs and just fun things to do in and around the City of Canada Bay and
show cases local young peoples achievements. Follow us at Youth Canada Bay which consists of Facebook,
Instagram and You Tube channels. Now trialing Snapchat in late 2016 and early 2017. Keep
up-to-date with youth happenings at Youth Canada Bay!.
View Youth Canada Bay social media policy here
For more information please contact Youth Services Specialist on 9911 6314.
Visit the Libraries' What's On For Youth page for more activities.
Want a place to chill out with your friends after school, master the Wii and watch YouTube clips whilst munching on yummy food? Then check out Youth Space at Concord library. Just call in! Youth space is free and open for you to drop by anytime!
Sessions run during school terms only.
For regular updates on the Library's Youth Space activities, jump onto our awesome Youth Canada Bay Facebook page! See you there!
Youth Drop-In is a dedicated youth space to hang out with friends, chat with a youth worker or just chill out after school. Play a game of pool, put your Xbox skills to the test, chill and watch YouTube clips and feast on a spread of yummy food - this is a space for you!
Search for articles and information in thousands of magazines, journals, newspapers, encyclopaedias and reference books. These resources provide you with quality, reliable information to make your bibliography look great! Check out our easy to use Student eResources Guide.
The school collection has everything you need to prep for your exams, including study guides, revision and exam tips, past papers. The collection caters for years 7-12 and can be borrowed with a core collection for use within the library only.
The school collection holds study guides for all HSC topics. If you cannot find what you need, our library staff can help you find information and resources to get your assignments and study completed. Do you need HSC Discovery related text? See our HSC Discovery Text Holdings. For further HSC study help, please see our HSC Fact Sheet.
Each year, City of Canada Bay Libraries present a series of HSC 'study-more' sessions and lectures by experienced speakers. Please check out What's On for Youth page for further details in the lead up to the HSC.
Sign Up to our email newsletter by ticking in HSC and don’t miss out on upcoming HSC programs. Check out our Latest HSC e-News.
National Youth Week is celebrated annually with a range of fun activities and events. These events are organised to celebrate interests, skills and achievements as well the contributions made by youth (12-18 years) in our community.
Please view our Photo Gallery to view our past 2016 Youth Week events.
Saturday, 8 April
Giddy Up! @ Concord Library
The library is open on a Saturday night – just for youth to chill out and party.
Join us for photo booth shenanigans, mechanical horse racing, foosball, pool, bad karaoke singing, gaming, slushies, pizza, giant games plus much more. Prizes given away throughout the evening.
Don't miss outTime: 6-8pmVenue: Concord Library, 60 Flavelle St, ConcordCost: FreeAges: 12-18 yearsBookings: Book online or just drop in and say hello
Saturday, 8 April
Skate Workshop @ Five Dock Skate ParkTo celebrate Youth Week 2017 Totem Skateboard School are running a Skateboard workshop at Five Dock skatepark. Whether you are a beginner or a more advanced skater the Totem skate coaches running this workshop will help build your skills and help you learn about skate park etiquette and the correct techniques to skate confidently. There will be giveaways and prizes to be won as well as a free lunch on the day. Please note there are limited places available for this workshop and pre-registration is essential in order to attend.Time: 11am-1pmVenue: Five Dock Skate Park, Cnr First Avenue and Ingham Rd, Five DockCost: FreeAges: 10-18 yearsWhat to bring: Water, hat, sunscreen and helmetRegistration: You must pre-register for this event. To obtain a registration form or for more information contact council's Community Corporate Planner Alex Smith on 9911 6420.
Attend these events for your chance to win vouchers from Westfield, Abbotsford Anime, Outback Steakhouse and Pancakes on the Rocks.
150 free show bags will be given away across the two events as well as major prizes.
Proudly sponsored by: Abbotsford Anime, KingPin Bowling, Outback Steakhouse and Pancakes on the Rocks.
For more information please read our Youth Help and Services fact sheet.
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