FROM trying out gymnastics, to learning how to make sherbet, there's plenty of variety for kids at the Bathurst PCYC these school holidays.
The club commenced its autumn school holidays program on Tuesday with a range of activities for kids of all ages.
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Manager David Hitchick said the goal was to provide a sample of activities that are available at the club throughout the regular term.
"As always, it's a taster of all the activities that we run. We have gymnastic components, circus components, parkour components, they do boxing and fitness, they do tumbling, cheerleading, and we've also got the craft and science side of things happening," he said.
Tuesday's science activity was making sherbet, and the kids that participated were able to go home with a generous sample.
With activities like that on offer, it comes as no surprise that there has been a lot of demand from families these school holidays.
"It's really returned to busy times. I think in the last 12 months, we really struggled to sell out. These school holidays people really need to be on their toes or we will sell out," Mr Hitchick said.
The club offers half and full day sessions for kids aged five to 15 years old through to April 19.
To make a booking, call 6331 2191.
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