Peninsula Village opens doors for community fun day
PENINSULA Village at Umina Beach is hosting a free family day on Saturday, October 8, opening up its doors so that the whole community can experience what the village is all about.
The family day will include free live entertainment, farmyard animal fun with Kidz Zoo, a photo booth and jumping castle, as well as a barbecue and performances by Magician Lewis Ramsay.
Peninsula Village chief executive officer Shane Neaves said that the family day was an opportunity to open the doors of Peninsula Village and give back to the community.
"For more than 40 years, we've been caring for older locals and providing a welcoming community for residents to feel safe and included," said Mr Neaves.
"As a not-for-profit organisation, we are also focused on serving the needs of the wider Peninsula and Central Coast community and are proud to enjoy strong relationships with a host of local schools, social clubs, sporting clubs and groups.
"Our family day is an opportunity to invite not just the families of our residents, but families within our local area, to pay a visit to Peninsula Village and enjoy a day of fun.
"Families will also have an opportunity to find out more about the Peninsula Villages difference, check out our facilities, interact with our residents and talk to our friendly staff and volunteers," he added.
As a community not-for-profit organisation, Peninsula Villages has been serving the needs of Central Coast locals for more than 40 years.
Community members are invited to come along to the Peninsula Village family day on Saturday, October 8, from 10.30am to 3.30pm.
Peninsula Village is located at 91 Pozieres Ave, Umina Beach.