Have fun and get connected in 2017
Building a suburb is one thing, but creating a friendly neighbourhood is another. The City of Casey invests in the 2017 Strengthening New Communities Program which offers a number of opportunities for residents living in Clyde, Clyde North and surrounding areas to participate in fun, free activities. The program provides activities for people to connect with their neighbours and to get to know the services and facilities on offer in Casey. The program will continue in the Cranbourne North and Clyde North areas until the end of the year.
Come and join us, say hello and see what Casey has to offer. We welcome resident involvement in all these activities. If you would like to help in some way, please let us know.
Explore Casey Bus Tour
As part of the Explore Casey Bus Tours, the Strengthening New Communities team invites local residents on a FREE outing to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne. The Gardens are one of the most precious native bushland areas in Victoria and home to an amazing range of plants and animal life. In the heart of the bushland you will discover the stunning Australian Gardens, a contemporary landscaped space that showcases the beauty and diversity of Australian Flora.
Date: Wednesday 27 September 2017
Time: Bus departing at 10.00 am and returning at 2.30 pm
Venue: Bus leaves from Arbourlea Family Children’s Centre, 75 Wheelers Park Drive, Cranbourne North
BBQ: FREE sausage sizzle provided, including vegetarian and halal options
RSVP: This event is now fully booked.
All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
For more information on our Strengthening New Communities Program, contact Council's Strengthening New Communities Program Team on 9705 5200 or email email@example.com.