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Find a New Way to Get Active at Sportsfest 2019

Source: Central Coast Council
Archived 20 Oct 2019 - Posted: 23 Aug 2019
SportsFest returns once again in September, providing Central Coast residents with an opportunity to find a new way to get active through a variety of sports and recreational opportunities.

This family-friendly free event will be held over the weekend of 21-22 September, from 9am-5pm, at Bateau Bay’s EDSACC sporting precinct on the Central Coast Highway. 

Central Coast Council Director of Environment and Planning Scott Cox said the event was a great opportunity for people of all ages to find new ways to get active across the Coast.

“SportsFest showcases the vast array of sport and recreational opportunities available across our community through come and try activities, professional demonstrations, live entertainment, market and food stalls and a dedicated Kidz Zone,” said Mr Cox.

“Over 40 sporting codes and organisations have already secured their place as exhibitors with options catering for all abilities, ages and interests.”

Mayor Jane Smith says Council is proud to be running SportsFest once again and providing a fun and free community event which promotes healthy and active lifestyles.

“There are many ways to connect and be active in our sports community – whether it be through active participation, volunteering or spectator support and Sportsfest provides an opportunity for residents of all ages and abilities to see what we have on offer,” Mayor Smith said.

“We are pleased to invest in an event that not only appeals to all ages, but also supports local businesses, groups and organisations that encourage active lifestyles.”

SportsFest’s proud partnerships include NSW Office of Sport, Sport NSW, Central Coast Academy of Sport and official media sponsor, Star 104.5 FM.

To stay up to date with event news and updates, follow the SportsFest Facebook page

 

This article archived 20 Oct 2019

 
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