PWS Family Connect Day and Annual General Meeting

We invite our PWSA Victoria members along to our Annual PWS Family Connect Day.

It will be a fun-filled day for the whole family with activities for all ages.

Where: Craig Family Centre – 7 Samarinda Ave, Ashburton Vic

When: 28 August 2022

Time: 10am to 4:30pm

A light lunch will be provided together with tea and coffee throughout the day. We do encourage families to bring along their own morning and afternoon tea.

The PWSA Victoria Annual General Meeting will be held on the same day at the same location. The meeting will begin at 11am. For those wishing to attend the meeting, we have arranged for volunteers to care for the children during this time.

Although free, this is a ticketed event. Registrations close on the 25th of August.

Get along to this great event – You won’t want to miss out!

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