A GROUP of up and coming Ellenbrook music artists is making some noise on YouTube with a song and music video about their hometown.
The group wrote, recorded and produced the song as part of the City of Swan’s ‘Make Some Noise’ music workshops held at the Cool Room Ellenbrook.
The workshops were just one of a number of activities to come out of the Ellenbrook Arts Program, which is run in partnership with Ellenbrook Arts and funded by Healthway.
Swan Mayor Mick Wainwright said he was impressed by the group’s work and their community spirit.
“This piece of music not only shows pride in their community, but promotes the community as a positive place to live and spend time, which is great to see,” he said.
Ellenbrook ward councillor Cate McCullough said the music video uses footage of a range of activities from the Arts Program including skate clinicsand BMX events, as well as the music workshop.
“Around 1000 young people attended City workshops and activities in 2016, which I think shows the need for youth events like these in the community,” she said.
“All of these activities not only engage and stimulate local youth; they promote the Act Belong Commit message of positive mental health and well-being.”
The City’s youth team will run another fun-filled program of activities through the Cool Room Ellenbrook these school holidays including workshops, clinics and daytrips to Adventure World and laser tag.
Registrations are essential and forms are available at Ellenbrook Library, the Ellenbrook Place Office or on the Cool Room Ellenbrook Facebook page.
For more information, visit the City’s website or call the City on 9267 9267.
You can view the music video on YouTube by clicking on this hyperlink.