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Queensland’s Youth Week has officially kicked off, and you’ve got plenty of time to get in on the fun before it wraps up on Sunday April 14.

A time to reflect on and celebrate the positive contributions of young people aged 12 to 25 in our community, this Youth Week will focus on celebrating the boundless energy young people bring to our communities and encouraging them to look to the future and see limitless possibilities through its theme, ‘Unlimited’.

With young people making up around 40 per cent of the Inala local community, the Inala Youth Service has created Inala Youth Week to celebrate the vibrancy and positive contributions of young people in the community.

Their youth week events include: a design your own t-shirt competition, yoga in the park, live DJ and music activities, cooking and gardening activities, clay creations, and lantern making.

“We have carefully selected activities that allow young people to explore themselves, their culture and their interests,” Inala Youth Service CEO, Lisa Evans, says. “The events are completely free and young people and families can drop in as they please throughout the week to celebrate with us.”

Brisbane City Councilor Charles Strunk says he supports any initiative that acknowledges the wonderful work the youth are undertaking to help Queensland Communities.

“Queensland Youth Week is celebrated across Queensland,” says Charles. “I have had the privilege of working and volunteering alongside some incredibly bright youth that give up their time to volunteer in the local area and develop projects to improve the lives of people living in our community. Their daily contributions continue to make a wonderful difference in our multicultural community.”

Top Youth Week events around town

Shout-Out Fest
Saturday April 6 from 10am ‘til 3pm at Tugun Skate Park
More info here

Mudgeeraba Street Party
Sunday April 7 from 10am ‘til 2pm at Village Green, Mudgeeraba
More info here

headspace Longboarding City Cruise
Sunday April 7 from 3pm ‘til 5.30pm at Goodwill Bridge (southside), South Brisbane
More info here

Inala Youth Week // Design your own T-shirt competition
Monday April 8 from 3pm ‘til 5.30pm at The Hut, DJ Sherrington Park

Inala Youth Week // Yoga in the park
Tuesday April 9 from 3pm ‘til 5.30pm at The Hut, DJ Sherrington Park

Inala Youth Week // Live DJ, music activities and OzTag
Wednesday April 10 from 12pm ‘til 5.30pm at The Hut, DJ Sherrington Park

Extreme Ninja Warrior Challenge Tamborine Mountain
Wednesday April 10 from 9am ‘til 1pm at Gleissmann Oval
More info here

Inala Youth Week // Cooking and Gardening demos
Thursday April 11 from 12pm ‘til 5.30pm at The Hut, DJ Sherrington Park

Coomera Youth Week Celebrations
Thursday April 11 from 9am ‘til 5pm at Coomera Community Hall
More info here

Big Night Out
Thursday April 11 from 4pm ‘til 8pm at The Space, North Lakes
More info here

UQ KPop Concert
Thursday April 11 from 4.30pm ‘til 10pm at the Great Court, University of Queensland
More info here

Inala Youth Week // Brisbane City Council ‘chill out activities’ (glow clay creations and lantern making)
Friday April 12 from 2pm ‘til 5.30pm at The Hut, DJ Sherrington Park

Extreme Ninja Warrior Challenge
Friday April 12 from 9am ‘til 1pm at Coronation Park, Boonah
More info here

Together at the Table
Saturday April 13 from 12pm ‘til 3pm at headspace Southport, Northern Pavilion, Broadwater Parklands
More info here

Circus of the Senses
Saturday April 13 from 1pm ‘til 7pm at Seven Hills Hub
More info here

Redlands Coast Amazing Race
Sunday April 14 from 8am ‘til 2pm at Redlands Showgrounds
More info here

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