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Free zumba and yoga for kids in City Centre for the holidays

Zumba classes in Coffs Harbour’s City Centre will be part of the school holiday fun being offered by Coffs Coast Kids Club on Mondays and Fridays.
Zumba classes in Coffs Harbour’s City Centre will be part of the school holiday fun being offered by Coffs Coast Kids Club on Mondays and Fridays. Christopher Chan GLADV071012ZUMB

SCHOOL holidays are fast approaching but the issue of finding things for the kids to do has been made a little easier.

Coffs Coast Kids Club will be putting kids through their paces in Coffs Harbour's City Centre with a series of free events.

The very popular Yoga and Zumba sessions will held on the two Mondays and Fridays of the holidays from 10am to noon in the City Square.

Kids can come down and get involved in these free sessions and then recharge with a tasty apple slinky supplied by Go4Fun.

"The kid's Yoga and Zumba sessions were so popular during our April Healthy Kids week that we thought we would hold them again during the school holidays," City Centre marketing's Jan Rooney.

Carla Marchant from Coffs Kids Club said the sessions have plenty of benefits for kids in the region.

"As a mum of two myself, I'm passionate about improving the quality of life for kids in our community," Mrs Marchant said.

"I like to create an environment where the kids can express themselves creatively and learn, dance and play."

Topics:  coffs coast health club, coffs harbour city centre, coffs harbour city council, school holiday activities, zumba



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