Community picks up good VIBES

The August 15 event for primary school children will be at the Phil Renkin Recreation Centre in Two Rocks.

Association youth co-ordinator Virginia Dziegielewski said the �VIBE� was 2015�s answer to the old Blue Light Disco.

�We found a big hole in kids� entertainment events here in Two Rocks and Yanchep and really wanted to provide something that was local and fun for kids to do,� Mrs Dziegielewski said.

�The first VIBE Night was held in June for 12 to 17-year-olds and was a huge success.

�The biggest drawcard was that parents didn�t have to get in their cars and travel for 30 minutes to take their kids somewhere fun. We really want the kids to have a blast and remember these events forever.

�There will be a jumping castle, a hair-spray station and much more.�

President Ron Arnold said as a result of the positive feedback received from the community, a subsequent �Lil Vibe� and �J-Vibe� (Junior Vibe) had been organised for August 15 for children from Kindy to Year 6 with three age group sessions.

�We�ve got the whole community behind us on these events, with local businesses donating prizes and gifts for show bags with the founding financial support from McDonald�s Yanchep kick starting the youth program,� he said.

Funds raised through food and drinks sold at the event will be donated to local primary schools. Tickets are $5 each.

The first session will be the Lil Vibe for kindy and pre-primary children from 3.30pm to 4.45pm.

The second session is the J-VIBE for Years 1 to 3 from 5pm to 6.15pm and the third session for Years 4 to 6 is from 6.30pm to 7.45pm.

The next VIBE night for teenagers will be on September 26.